10.1 RECOMMENDED ACTIONS FOR E-Verify EMPLOYER AGENTS
- Update E-Verify profiles
For your federal contractor clients, update each of your federal contractor client company profiles separately to designate them as a ‘Federal Contractor with FAR E-Verify Clause.’
For your own company, only update your profile to designate yourself as a federal contractor if you are a ‘Federal Contractor with FAR E-Verify Clause’ that was awarded a contract that contains the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) E-Verify clause.
- Ensure that you meet the tutorial requirement
Before updating a company profile to designate ‘Federal Contractor with FAR E‑Verify Clause,’ inform the program administrators and general users that they must complete a federal contractor-specific tutorial and pass a knowledge test before accessing E-Verify again.
- Review the latest E-Verify memorandum of understanding (MOU)
All E‑Verify enrolled companies must comply with the terms of the current E‑Verify MOU, which contains federal contractor-specific terms with which both federal contractor client companies and their E-Verify employer agents must comply. Depending on when you enrolled in E-Verify, your original MOU may not contain these terms. Therefore, you should review the current MOU to ensure your company complies with the federal contractor-specific terms of the current E-Verify MOU.