Federal contractors are obligated to comply with three federal laws that require two regulatory mandates: nondiscrimination and affirmative action administered by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’ (OFCCP), U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
On its face, these mandates should be rather easy requirements; however, achieving compliance is a complex process that requires comprehensive strategies. As a former Executive Manager in the OFCCP’s Division of Program Operations, and as the former Director of two OFCCP District Offices, my experience finds that there are consistent non-compliant patterns among federal contractors when audited by the OFCCP. Even more surprising are findings of repeat violations for establishment-level entities within the same corporate organizational structure.
The central question is why are recurring violations and/or repeat patterns found during OFCCP audits? To learn more, click here and download our White Paper.