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Human Trafficking: Oversight of Contractorsäó» Use of Foreign Workers in High-Risk Environments Needs to Be Strengthened
Thomas Melito (au)
Since the 1990s, there have been allegations of abuse of foreign workers on U.S. government contracts overseas, including allegations of trafficking in persons (TIP). In 2002, the U.S. adopted a zero tolerance policy on TIP regarding U.S. government employees and contractors abroad and began requiring the inclusion of this policy in all contracts in 2007. Such policy is important because the government relies on contractors that employ foreign workers in countries where, according to the Department of State, they may be vulnerable to abuse. This report examines (1) policies and guidance governing the recruitment of foreign workers and the fees these workers may pay to secure work on U.S. government contracts overseas; and (2) agencies' monitoring of contractor efforts to combat TIP. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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