OFCCP has been busy, and they are not slowing down.  Today, OFCCP issued an additional 750 Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letters (CSALs) to federal contractors providing advance notification of compliance reviews, in order to make sure the district and area offices “have a sufficient number of available establishments to schedule for compliance reviews until OFCCP releases a new scheduling list.”

Consistent with the previous round of CSALs issued under the current administration, OFCCP states it will not start issuing actual scheduling letters for this “supplemental” CSAL list for at least 15 days.

As reported, the CSAL list includes:

  • 445 companies,
  • 69 CMCEs, and
  • 66 FAAP functional units

Notably, OFCCP states “universities were not included in this supplement due to currently available compliance workload.”

OFCCP further clarified

[n]o establishment that received a CSAL, concluded a review, or concluded progress report monitoring resulting from a conciliation agreement or consent decree, within the last five years, is included on this supplement.

Additionally, OFCCP reported that it limited scheduling to no more than ten (10) establishments of any parent company and no more than four (4) establishments of a single contractor in a single district office.