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No other employee benefits firm supports more benefits, more carriers, or provides more solutions to government contractors.

For over 20 years, GSA has provided unique solutions to government contractors facing the challenges posed by hourly fringe benefit requirements.

GSA specializes in the setup, management and support of hourly fringe benefit programs for government contractors, both domestically and internationally. GSA helps leading contractors balance cost, compliance and quality to help win and retain both contracts and employees.

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Affordable Care Act Repeal and Replacement Bills: What Could it Mean for ‎Employers and Employees?‎

By | ACA, Affordable Care Act, Government Contractors, Healthcare Reform Blog, Obamacare, PPACA | No Comments
On March 6, 2017, House Republicans introduced two coordinated bills to the Ways and Means Committee and the Energy and Commerce Committee designed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”). The bills are collectively referred to as the “American Health Care Act” (which will be referred to hereafter as the “Proposed Legislatio ... Read More

Employers Urged To Continue ACA Compliance Efforts

By | ACA, Affordable Care Act, Compliance, Government Contractors, Obamacare, PPACA, SCA, SCA Compliance, Service Contract Act | No Comments
January came and went, as did the January 27 budget resolution deadline for a report on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) reconciliation. Highlighted by the missed target date is the need for employers to continue compliance efforts until Congressional leadership can materialize legislation. Congressional Republicans emerged late last month from a ... Read More

Federal Contractors Must Provide Privacy Training

By | Compliance, Department of Labor, Government Contractors | No Comments
Effective immediately, federal contractors will need to comply with privacy training rules intended to ensure that their workforces protect personally identifiable information (PII). The rules also define PII as any information that can be used to distinguish or trace an individual's identity, either alone or when combined with other information th ... Read More