Since introducing its new scheduling letter in late 2014, OFCCP has made many important changes to enforcement in audits.  From ramped up enforcement of the Agency’s VEVRAA and Section 503 regulations to new and very different ways to investigate pay systems for discrimination, the Agency has fundamentally changed how it conducts compliance reviews.  And it’s just beginning.  There are new proposed and final regulations regarding pay on the horizon.  Its critical employers understand the quickly changing “rules of the game.”

So, come join me at The OFCCP Institute’s Annual Conference April 29-30 in Washington, D.C. to learn about the Agency’s enforcement trends and network with other federal contractors who are working, just like you, to navigate the changed compliance landscape.  The Institute has the honor of welcoming Consuela A. Pinto, Counsel for Litigation and Regional Coordination, from the U.S. Department of Labor’s National Office of the Solicitor as a guest speaker during the conference.

For the conference agenda and to register, click here.  Hope you to see you there!