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20 percent of construction company payrolls will contain one or more er- rors, when audits of these payrolls rely on human review. Here’s how to reduce your compliance risk and reduce time managing your weekly payroll by 80 percent. Worry Free, Time Savings The Compliant Client system by eMars is your answer for worry-free, timesav- ing compliant payroll. The system is easy to install and use. It provides im- mediate, concurrent, real-time visibility of all payroll records of the sub, prime, plus – the owner agency. All screens are printable. Every submitted payroll is audited, online and in real time, against the wage determination and all 30 causes that are in support of Davis-Ba- con and Related Acts. The results of these comparisons to the provisions set forth in the act are immediately re- ported, allowing corrections to be made promptly. A typical payroll is prepared in less than eight minutes. Compliant Client requires a PC and less than 30 minutes of training. Complete implementation takes less than one day after loading the wage determination. Compared to paper-and-pencil preparation, the eMars system represents an 80 percent productivity improvement, plus instant recognition of payroll errors that prompt the user how to solve the prob- lems and guarantee compliance. The system was designed with con- siderable input from the Department of Labor, agencies and contractors. Compliant Client’s more than 15,000 clients have not had any random De- partment of Labor audits for the past three years. The Department of Labor’s Chief of Compliance stated, “your system already has completed the first level of an audit.” Compliant Client also encrypts at-rest data, giving another layer of security for this sensitive data, disallowing use of the information. What happens to typical at-rest data in most computers? For many orga- nizations, private at-rest data is only protected by the user name and code that is used to get into the computer. “The primary purpose of encryption is to protect the confidentiality of digital data stored on computer systems or transmitted via the internet or other computer networks,” says Rick Paul of ITS Rick Paul, an IT consultancy. “Modern encryption algorithms play a vital role in the security assurance of IT systems and communications.” Paul notes encryption algorithms can provide confidentiality, as well as the following key elements of security: • Authentication - the origin of a mes- sage can be verified. • Integrity - proof that the contents of a message have not been changed since it was sent. • Non-repudiation - the sender of a message cannot deny sending the message. Why would eMars, offering Compliant Client, protect its at-rest data? “Securi- ty and peace of mind for our clients is our major concern,” says Woody Cham- berlain, president of eMars Inc., which offers Compliant Client. From routine payroll reviews to the complicated tracking of certified apprentices and calculation of restitution, the Compliant Client ensures at-rest payroll data is en- crypted, remains error-free and follows Davis-Bacon. “eMars encrypts sensitive at-rest data,” Chamberlain adds. “We handle, save and encrypt hundreds of thousands of bits of information for our clients. Their workers’ privacy and sanctity cannot be compromised.” Chamberlain formerly was in high-level administration for a select group of top organizations across the United States. Perhaps some financial executives are unaware of the amazing Compliant Cli- ent system by eMars. “Ignorantia legis neminem excusat” is the famous Latin phrase, translated to English meaning “ignorance of law excuses no one.” Please contact eMars at 480-595-0466 for a no-obligation discovery phone call, or by email at Woody.Chamberlain@ Emarsinc.com. You may also visit Emar- sinc.com. See the eMars video: https://youtu.be/rVcHqqiT8_0 8 TUS Magazine • February ‘19