This is the second blog post in our series discussing the Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB’s) request for further comments on OFCCP’s proposed scheduling letters and itemized listings, which were first published in April.

In our April post on the proposed changes to the then newly proposed establishment review scheduling letter and itemized listing,

In FAQs released yesterday, OFCCP addressed requirements under the new Scheduling Letter for contractors to provide updated data collected pursuant to the revised Veterans and Individuals with Disability regulations if the contractor is more than six months into its current AAP plan year upon receipt of a Scheduling Letter.

OFCCP has previously indicated a

It’s here.  OFCCP’s New Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing has been released and is effective for any audits initiated today, October 1, 2014, and going forward.  OFCCP has announced, however, that it will not schedule audits from October 1 through October 15 to allow contractors time to “become acquainted” with the new scheduling letter and