On November 3, OFCCP updated its Technical Assistance Guide (TAG) for contractors and subcontractors under supply and service contracts. The guide is designed as a “valuable self-assessment tool” and give contractors direction when it comes to best practices for eliminating discrimination and fulfilling OFCCP’s requirements.
The latest version of the Supply and Service TAG looks to be a deeper dive into a number of important topics such as job group analysis, formatting for recordkeeping, organizing written AAPs, and preparing for a compliance evaluation. Some of the more noteworthy parts of the TAG include:
This revised guide is a part of Director Craig Leen’s focus on updating OFCCP’s website with additional resources for contractors. TAGs are important for contractors to understand the most effective ways to successfully comply with OFCCP’s requirements, particularly when it comes to affirmative action obligations and responding to compliance concerns.
If you’re looking for TAGs in areas outside of the Supply and Service industry, you can review the Educational Institutions TAG, Construction Contractor TAG, and Small Contractors Guide are all available to assist you.
If you’re looking for additional help regarding OFCCP and its related topics, we encourage you to check out Circa’s Resources Library for all your needs.