What must a Designated Agent do to verify the employees of a Federal contractor with a contract that contains the FAR E-Verify clause?
After your client signs a Designated Agent/Client MOU, you must update your Client Company Administration page to indicate that your client is a Federal contractor with FAR E-Verify clause. You must also enter your Client’s Organization Designation as well as update the Client’s Federal Contractor Category page with the correct information. For more information, see the E-Verify User Manual for Federal Contractors.
- I am a subcontractor working for a prime contractor that has a Federal contract that contains the FAR E-Verify clause. How do I know if I am affected by the contract?
- What if a Designated Agent receives a contract with the FAR E-Verify clause? How would a Designated Agent verify its own employees?
- As a federal contractor, which employees may I verify through the E-Verify system?