OFCCP Cuts PDN Response Time
Starting September 5, 2023, contractors must respond to Predetermination Notices (PDNs) from the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) within 15 days, down from the previous 30-day grace period. OFCCP believes this change will streamline their pre-enforcement process, allowing them ...
OFCCP AI Guidance Update
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has introduced new AI guidelines to curtail bias and foster fair recruitment decisions in hiring practices by federal contractors. The regulations ensure that algorithms, machine learning, and other automated systems do not reinforce existin...
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) stands as a beacon for staffing companies aiming to align with federal government contracts. This oversight body sets a high bar for employment practices, ensuring that equality and diversity are more than just buzzwords in the corporate lex...
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The OFCCP has made changes in its policies from time to time to make hiring procedures and workplaces more inclusive and to prevent discriminatory practices that may show up unknowingly. The department has released a number of announcements, including Proposals, Notices, and Directives, in 2023. Th...
Things to do if you’re on OFCCP’s 2023 Audit Scheduling List
With OFCCP releasing the 2023 CSAL notifying 500 service and supply firms about upcoming audits, federal contractors should check it right away to see if any of their establishments are mentioned in it. Generally, the OFCCP sends out scheduling letters following the publication of the CSAL. The O...
OFCCP and audit list for 2023
OFCCP has released a list containing 500 contractor firms expected to receive CSALs, or corporate scheduling announcement letters, generally known as advance audit alerts, on 20th January 2023. These “courtesy” or “deference” letters are extended by the OFCCP to the subcontra...
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Introduction The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) recently released its final rule updating the existing FAAP directive. As a contractor or subcontractor, this directive affects how you do business and conduct compliance efforts with new requirements for affirmative action plan...