Hi Denise, Compliance law and regulations require this information. However, there is no bright line rule as to what percentage of applicants must respond to the voluntary self-identification rules. It needs to be enough so the company, and the agency, can conduct a meaningful analysis. With such a low number of applicants accessing the questionnaires, I would recommend that perhaps you assess whether alternate methods of self-identification can be used in the company's application process. You may require that the form be returned, so it is good to make sure that all applicants have reviewed and returned the form. (Of course, the applicant is not required to self-identify.) If a company does not collect sufficient data, then it is very difficult to fight allegations of systemic discrimination.