The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs launched a new webpage with resources for contractors who may undergo an OFCCP compliance check.

According to the DOL website, an OFCCP compliance check is a type of compliance evaluation in which OFCCP seeks to determine whether the contractor has maintained certain records: prior year affirmative action plan results, job advertisements (including state employment service listings) and examples of accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

The OFCCP webpage includes the fiscal year 2019 Corporate Scheduling Announcement List, a copy of the compliance check scheduling letter that is sent out to selected establishments, and a list of frequently asked questions on the compliance check process. 

ABC’s General Counsel, Littler Mendelson P.C., published an analysis with more information on the FY 2019 CSAL and OFCCP compliance checks. 

Additionally, ABC held a webinar on OFCCP’s recent actions and policy changes in March, with resources on compliance checks and other OFCCP programs. ABC members can view the archived webinar in the ABC Academy for Construction Ethics, Compliance & Best Practices.