Seyfarth Shaw (12/28/11) Paparelli, Angelo; Mozes, Gabriel; Quill, John
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of the Inspector General has identified maintaining the integrity of foreign labor certification programs among the “most serious management and performance challenges facing the Department.” The OIG notes that the Employment and Training Administration, which administers the programs, faces challenges in maintaining the integrity of its H-1B and H-2B labor certification programs. The H-1B challenges include statutory limits on the ETA’s authority, making system improvements in H-1B labor condition application processing system to better identify incomplete and/or inaccurate applications, and uncertainty about the process for including individuals or entities debarred under the department’s labor certification programs on the government-wide excluded parties lists.
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