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That is the policy for exempt employees - but I seem to recall an
implementation policy for contractors to government jobs that was
slightly different - and either limited exemptions to exempt status
or expanded the exemptions to exempt status.
If I run across anything I will post a link.

What I may be remembering is a specific contract interpretation which
allowed straight-time payment for overtime worked rather than no
payment for overtime worked. If memory serves, there was no premium
paid for overtime.

Howie52
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