Job Description And Federal Grade Equivalent Must Be Provided
Job Description and Federal Grade Equivalent Must Be Provided if the Directory Does Not Include a Class for the Given Job Duties
- Contracting agency officials who are unable to locate a given title or description, or who cannot match specific job duties with a corresponding occupational description in the Directory, should submit an appropriate occupational title and description with an "e98" request.
- This procedure will assist the WHD Branch of Service Contract Wage Determinations in issuing wage determinations for occupations in response to "e98" requests.
- Such information also provides the basis for future updates and revisions of the Directory.
- Note that wage determinations will not be issued for occupational titles requested if the applicable job duties are performed by an occupational classification contained in the SCA Directory and listed in the wage determination.
- Job definitions included in the Directory may not be applicable when the service contract is governed by section 4(c) of the SCA.
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