Kentucky Serious Injury Rate Rose 11% After Repeal of Prevailing Wage Law

    Prevailing wage laws have been instrumental in promoting local economies and creating higher standards of living and a better quality of life for millions of American workers.  The study written by Steve Cooper from “” shows the importance of these laws: In a recent study, when comparing Kansas with 15 other Plains States, injury rose […]


    The Staff Corner: March 2013

    The Importance of an Electronic Signature By: Benjamin Quirarte Support Techician When working with LCPtracker most of our information is electronic and web based.  For this reason having an electronic signature is necessary.  This avoids having to waste paper and time in printing documents and physically signing those documents.  This would totally defeat the purpose […]


    Funding Announced for Solar Manufacturing and Workforce Development

    The Energy Department has offered $15 Million for innovations in U.S Solar Manufacturing. This large investment will confirm the future standardization of solar systems in the United States. Two projects recently announced are creating an infrastructure for a new generation of clean energy and providing research opportunities for minority students on DOE projects. To learn […]


    The Staff Corner: February 2013

    Customer Service – How LCPtracker Support Can Help You by Stacey Doll Data and Support/Documentation Training Manager Did you know LCPtracker has several tools available to assist you besides calling or emailing our support staff? We have videos you can watch 24/7 when you log in with your user id as well as training documents that […]


    USACE Encouraged to Use Electronic Software

    A recent Procurement Instruction Letter (PIL) sent to all U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) organizations, encouraged the use of an electronic, commercially available system to process and submit Davis-Bacon certified payrolls to the government. The Davis-Bacon Act requires contractors performing on federally funded and federally assisted construction contracts to submit weekly payroll statements to the Contracting Officer. […]


    The Staff Corner: January 2013

    LCPtracker will be implementing a new blog series this year, “The Staff Corner.” Each month one staff member will submit an article highlighting relevant industry news or their expertise within the labor compliance industry. Check back each month for new articles! When Change is Good by Carson McDougald Support Technician Certified Payrolls have traditionally been […]


    California Edition of What Every Contractor Should Know About Prevailing Wages

    California Prevailing Wage Law: Wages Established By Geographic Region In California, prevailing wage rates are also established by geographic region. California has statewide rates, rates for large geographic regions, (i.e. Northern California, Southern California, and San Diego) and wage rates determined by counties. Generally there are about a dozen craft classifications established on a statewide basis. Ironworker is the […]


    New Labor Compliance Software implemented

    Unified Government funded projects greater than $15,000 require that all contractors and subcontractors adhere to the Davis Bacon Act and pay their laborers and mechanics not less than the prevailing wage rates and fringe benefits listed by the Wage and Hour Division of the US Department of Labor. Additionally, an increasing number of Economic Development […]


    American Public Works Association 4

    During the 2012 APWA show, LCPtracker President Mark Douglas presented information on prevailing wage and new components of LCPtracker software. Videos of the speech are published on LCPtracker’s YouTube channel. Check back on the blog periodically as more videos are uploaded. The fourth and final video in the series presents a complete overview of LCPtracker software […]


    California Prevailing Wage Law: Wages Established by Craft

    All prevailing wage rates in California are established by craft classification (i.e. Laborer, Carpenter, Plumber, etc.). Workers are paid based on the type of work they perform, not necessarily by the classification into which they were originally hired. For union signatory contractors, this is generally easier as union contracts also restrict the type of work a specific worker […]


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