The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs is proposing changes to the standard-form Scheduling Letter that will impose significant new burdens on contractors. The proposed changes would require contractors to provide their leave policies (including their entire employee handbook), more detailed demographic and compensation data, as well as the last three years of VETS-100/VETS-100A reports.
Supply and service contractors should be aware of a new OFCCP Directive that changes the way compliance audits will be conducted. OFCCP published Directive No. 295, known as Active Case Enforcement (ACE) [pdf], in mid-February 2011. The new directive sets forth how OFCCP will proceed with audits.
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