A Guide to Determining Covered Federal Government Contractor Status


Excerpt from Executive summary:

The Issue: Having a federal government contract or subcontract can obligate a business to comply with substantial affirmative action obligations. Knowing whether such a contract triggers these obligations is critical and allows a business to properly evaluate the contract’s true benefits and burdens. A business should not learn of these obligations for the first time in a government audit that could result in significant financial costs.

The Question: Do you need to comply with the affirmative action and specific antidiscrimination requirements that are imposed on covered federal government contractors?

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Topics:  Affirmative Action, Anti-Discrimination Policies, Compliance, Contractors, OFCCP, Subcontractors

Published In: Government Contracting Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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