Hi Laura. This is a rather interesting situation. I think OFCCP would find it acceptable if you simply hired Cox and did not repost. You intended to hire Cox, and didn't do so for a legitimate reason unrelated to his qualifications. Now that the barrier to his hire has been lifted, you're going to follow through on your previous decision. In regard to the three late candidates, they were still late candidates in regard to your original requisition, and thus could be shown as "removed from process." It's important to note that if any of these three candidates (or any other late candidates) received substantive consideration after the position was cancelled, they should not be dispositioned as "removed from process." The only other thing I would mention here is that any candidates who properly applied when candidates were originally being considered and who otherwise would have been considered viable candidates should NOT be dispositioned as "removed from process: requisition/position cancelled." While the requisition may have been cancelled at one point, it was effectively "uncancelled." Thus, your company should be showing more candidates on this requisition than just your hired candidate, George Cox. You may need to re-disposition other candidates if someone did a mass dispositioning and changed all candidates on the original requisition to "requisition/position cancelled." Hope this is helpful.