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August 05, 2020 - Legislation

Executive Order Seeks to Limit the Use of Foreign Workers on Federal Contracts

In a Long-Anticipated Move, the Trump Administration Revokes Executive Order 13495, Giving Service Contractors More Flexibility when Hiring Predecessor Contractor Employees

On August 3, 2020, President Trump signed an Executive Order aimed at limiting the use of foreign workers on federal contracts and subcontracts. The issuance of the Executive Order comes on the heels of the Tennessee Valley Authority, a federally owned utility, announcing plans to outsource 20% of its technology jobs overseas.

Read more on MoFo's Government Contracts Insights Blog.

Morrison & Foerster associate Victoria Dalcourt Angle contributed to the writing of this post.