Opinion: Is the USAID 1420 biodata form contributing to the gender pay gap?

Whether you call it a 1420, a biodata form, or simply an “EBD”, anyone who has worked on a United States Agency for International Development-funded contract is well acquainted with the “contractor employee biographical data sheet.” A mandatory government form, it requires basic information such as education, language proficiency, work history, and yes, salary history but it could also breed job hopping and, worst of all, cement gender pay gaps.

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