OFCCP recently published two policy directives. One directive launches an initiative that seeks broader compliance with regulations for each of OFCCP’s three enforcement authorities. As part of this initiative, the agency will select focused reviews from the same neutral selection system used to identify and create OFCCP's supply and service scheduling list. The other directive instructs OFCCP staff, in all their activities, to take into account recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions and White House Executive Orders that protect religious freedom.
What Federal Contractors Can Expect
OFCCP has published “What Federal Contractors Can Expect” to formalize expectations for interactions between OFCCP and companies doing business with the federal government, federal contractors and subcontractors. Among other things, the agency recommitted to timely and efficient progress of compliance evaluations, reasonable opportunities to discuss compliance evaluation concerns, and opportunities to provide meaningful feedback on the quality of the agency’s compliance assistance offerings.
To learn more about all of the things contractors can expect, you can read the guidance here.