Proposed Changes To OFCCP Audit Scheduling Letter Would Require Comp Information, Among Other Things


You may agree or disagree with its policies, but there is no question that the Obama Administration is aiming to leave its mark on the federal contracting community. Last week, we reported on the proposed rule of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs to revise the affirmative action obligations of federal contractors toward covered veterans.

Now, the OFCCP proposes to revise the audit scheduling letter and itemized listing that it sends to supply and service contractors initiating an audit. Comments will be accepted through July 11.

Overview of Proposed Changes

The proposed changes would require contractors to submit the following...

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