This is the second in our series of blogs on OFCCP’s proposed changes to its various scheduling letters.

Our previous publication focused on the Agency’s new Section 503 and VEVRAA Focused Reviews.  In addition to rolling out the new Focused Reviews, OFCCP has also revived the Compliance Check, which has not been used in

OFCCP announced Friday that it will post a new Corporate Scheduling Announcement List (CSAL)(formerly known as Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letter or Courtesy Scheduling Announcement Letter) in “mid-to-late March.”  As previously announced, OFCCP now makes the CSAL publicly available and, for the first time, OFCCP will send no letters to federal contractors – thus the

Watch out – OFCCP’s interested in your pay data – all of your pay data. OFCCP, particularly in corporate audits, is digging into compensation other than base pay.  Even if there are no flags or other statistical indicators in the data submitted to the agency (either in Item 11 data or 14-factor data in OFCCP