Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs

OFCCP issued today the last of a series of Directives aimed at defining the Agency’s enforcement relationship with federal contractors – this Directive 2021-02 focuses on providing federal contractors “Certainty” when interacting with the Agency.

Since he took the leadership role, OFCCP Director Craig Leen has focused on providing federal contractors with “four pillars” on

Today, as a country, we celebrate our nation’s veterans and recognize all they have done. We give our sincerest appreciation to all those who have sacrificed and given their service for our country.

Over the past 18 months, employers who do business with the federal government have been working hard to do their part to

As part of its ongoing effort to provide employers with tools to educate and inform employees and non-employees about affirmative action obligations, OFCCP has released a new disability self-identification public service-like video entitled Disability Inclusion Starts With You. 

Coinciding with its recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, the Agency invites employers and community organizations 

In light of this week’s Supreme Court decision in Young v. United Parcel Service addressing the issue of accommodations and pregnancy discrimination, OFCCP has extended the public comment period for the Agency’s Sex Discrimination Regulation Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.  The public comment period now closes April 14, 2015.

By extending the comment period by

OFCCP recently mailed out close to 2,500 Courtesy Scheduling Announcement Letters to employers providing advance notice of upcoming audits. Up against the fast-approaching end of the Agency’s fiscal year, OFCCP began initiating actual audits immediately after the CSALs were mailed.

While we can certainly expect OFCCP to continue to focus their enforcement efforts on traditional

In an effort to provide continuing guidance to the contratcor community as the effective date for the revised VEVRAA and Section 503 regulations quickly approaches,OFCCP has released additional FAQs addressing questions about required Purchase Order Language as well as the obligaiton to “conspiculously store” the notice of applicant and employee rights with an electronic