The Government Contractor Accountability Project (GCAP) is an initiative of Change to Win and Communications Workers of America (CWA). GCAP is committed to ensuring that companies contracted to provide public services and paid with tax dollars are responsible and held accountable for their performance and legal compliance. Responsible government contracting and robust oversight is critical to stewardship of taxpayer dollars and assuring service quality for Americans.
Change to Win is a federation of labor unions representing more than 4.5 million men and women which seeks to strengthen consumer protections and workers’ rights as part of its efforts to rebuild the middle class. Change to Win advocates for both consumers and workers across a wide range of industries, such as healthcare, retail, manufacturing, and more. Change to Win’s work is anchored by a belief in strong protections for American consumers against unfair business practices and equitable, safe workplaces.
CWA represents 700,000 workers in private and public sector employment. CWA members work in telecommunications, public service, customer service, health care, media, airlines, and manufacturing. CWA has been at the forefront of initiatives to strengthen workers’ rights, to make quality health care affordable and available to all, and to ensure that employees of government contractors are treated fairly and with respect.