About 168,000 federal contractors and subcontractors will need to
enroll 3.8 million employees in E-Verify next year under a new proposed rule published in the Federal Register yesterday.
The federal contractors will pay the bulk of the $550 million
cost of implementing E-Verify under the rule over 10 years, including
$308 million for start-up and training costs, the notice states.
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