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Answer:
Yes. The same rules apply.
12. Short-Time Compensation Program
a.
Question:
Employers opted to participatein the state
s short-time compensation (orworksharing program) or otherwise reducedworkers
hours in lieu of lay offs. Wouldthese situations be considered
‘‘
qualifyingseparations
’’
for TEUC
A purposes?
Answer:
Yes, if the reduction in workhours or weeks by a qualifying employer wascaused by one of the three qualifying reasons.
13. TEUC 
– 
A Benefit Funding 
a.
Question:
Will TEUC
A be fundedseparately from TEUC?
Answer:
No.
14. Reporting Requirements
a.
Question:
How will TEUC
A and AXclaims and benefit activity be reported?
Answer:
See the reporting instructions inUIPL 30
02, Change 2, Item 11. b.
Question:
Must TEUC
A benefit activity be reported separately from other TEUCactivity?
Answer:
No. TEUC, TEUC
X, TEUC
A andTEUC
AX are all reported together on theTEUC reports. However, states are to reporta breakout in the comments section of theETA 5159 of the number of TEUC
Adeterminations and redeterminations. Seereporting instructions in UIPL No. 30
02,Change 2, Item 11.c.
Question:
Will nonmonetarydeterminations of 
‘‘
eligible individuals
’’
forTEUC
A be reported on the ETA 207 ascountable determinations?
Answer:
Yes.d.
Question:
Does the outcome of the
‘‘
eligible individual
’’
nonmonetarydetermination (eligible/not eligible) affectwhat type of issue is reported on the ETATEUC
A 207 and would it be reported thesame on all reports?
Answer:
Whether or not the claimant is an
‘‘
eligible individual
’’
is a nonseparationnonmonetary determination reportable in themiscellaneous column of the TEUC
A ETA207 regardless of the outcome of thedetermination. The TEUC
A ETA 207 is the
only 
report where TEUC nonmonetarydeterminations will be reported.e.
Question:
Is a separate SF
269 requiredfor reporting TEUC
A administrative costs?
Answer:
No. There is only one TEUCprogram. The TEUC
A and AX costs areincluded on the SF 269 for the TEUCprogram.[FR Doc. 03
14857 Filed 6
12
03; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 4510
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DEPARTMENT OF LABOREmployment Standards AdministrationWage and Hour DivisionMinimum Wages for Federal andFederally Assisted Construction;General Wage Determination Decisions
General wage determination decisionsof the Secretary of Labor are issued inaccordance with applicable law and are based on the information obtained bythe Department of Labor from its studyof local wage conditions and data madeavailable from other sources. Theyspecify the basic hourly wage rates andfringe benefits which ae determined to be prevailing for the described classes of laborers and mechanics employed onconstruction projects of a similarcharacter and in the localities specifiedtherein.The determinations in these decisionsof prevailing rates and fringe benefitshave been made in accordance with 29CFR part 1, by authority of the Secretaryof Labor pursuant to the provisions of the Davis-Bacon Act of March 3, 1931,as amended (46 Stat. 1494, as amended,40 U.S.C. 27a) and of other Federalstatutes referred to in 29 CFR part 1,Appendix, as well as such additionalstatutes as may from time to time beenacted containing provisions for thepayment of wages determined to beprevailing by the Secretary of Labor inaccordance with the Davis-Bacon Act.The prevailing rates and fringe benefitsdetermined in these decisions shall, inaccordance with the provisions of theforegoing statutes, constitute theminimum wages payable on Federal andfederally assisted construction projectsto laborers and mechanics of thespecified classes engaged on contractwork of the character and in tehlocalities described therein.Good cause is hereby found for notutilizing notice and public commentprocedure thereon prior to teh issuanceof these determinations as prescribed in5 U.S.C. 553 and not providing for delayin the effectibve date as prescribed inthat section, because the necessity toissue current construction industrywage determination frequently and inlarge volume causes procedures to beimpractical and contrary to the publicinterest.General wage determinationdecisions, and modifications andsupersedes decisions thereto, contain noexpiration dates and effective from theirdate of notice in the
Federal Register
, oron the date written notice is received bythe agency, whichever is earlier. Thesedecisions are to be used in accordancewith the provisions of 29 CFR parts 1and 5. Accordingly, the applicabledecision, together with anymodifications issued, must be made apart of every contract for performance of the described work within thegeographic area indicated as required byan applicable Federal prevailing wagelaw and 29 CFR part 5. The wage ratesand fringe benefits, notice of which ispublished herein, and which arecontained in the Government PrintingOffice (GPO) document entitled
‘‘
General Wage Determinations IssuedUnder The Davis-Bacon And RelatedActs,
’’
shall be the minimum paid bycontractors and subcontractors tolaborers and mechanics.Any person, organization, orgovernment agency having an interest inthe rates determined as prevailing isencouraged to submit wage rate andfringe benefit infomration forconsideration by the Department.Further information and self-explanatory forms for the purpose of submitting this data may be obtained bywriting to the U.S. Department of Labor,Employment Standards Administration,Wage and Hour Division, Division of Wage Determinations, 200 ConstitutionAvenue, NW., Room S
3014,Washington, DC 20210.
Supersedeas Decisions to General WageDetermination Decisions
The number of decisions beingsuperseded and their date of notice inthe
Federal Register
are listed with eachState. Supersedeas decision numbers arein parentheses following the number of decisions being superseded.
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