Your company has received that dreaded letter from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) indicating that your company has been scheduled for an affirmative action compliance review. After the initial panic has subsided, it is time to consider what you will send to OFCCP in order to comply with the requests in the scheduling letter and itemized listing you’ve received.

While more affirmative action compliance reviews by OFCCP are now ending in conciliation agreements than was the case in the past, there are still plenty of companies that are receiving letters of compliance at the end of their reviews. The dec