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Topics: Audit Preparation

OFCCP Compliance 101 Webinar

We go back to the basics to understand compliance with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). This webinar is ideal for federal contractors, subcontractors, compliance specialists, and HR...

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Proposed ‘PDN Rule’ changes: OFCCP Makes an Expected About Face

The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) issued a notice of proposed rule change that would take a hatchet to the prior administration’s November 2020 changes to race and...

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How to Prepare for Pay Data Reporting Enforcement Webinar

The demand for employers to assess the fairness of their compensation practices with respect to workers of different genders, races, and ethnicities has never been greater. While the Equal Employment...

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Types of OFCCP Compliance Evaluations and How to Prepare for Them

Get a breakdown of the compliance evaluations and how contractors can successfully prepare for each.

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CSAL is Here…and AAP Verification? Nice.

What the CSAL release means, and next steps with AAPs.

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OFCCP Releases New TAGs and the CSAL for VEVRAA Focused Reviews

Bill Osterndorf, Principal Consultant at DCI Consulting Group, provides insight and commentary on the release of the latest CSAL for VEVRAA Focused Reviews and where all the audits stand.

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OFCCP’s New Technical Assistance Guide (Higher Ed)

OFCCP published a new Technical Assistance Guide (TAG) for educational institutions. Find out the details, what it means for your compliance efforts, and how to ensure you have all your...

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FAQ: OFCCP Compliance Evaluations

Get answers to all your compliance questions with this OFCCP answer key. Whether you are facing an audit or not, information on types of reviews, what to expect, and how...

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CSAL: Responding to Scheduling Letters

Learn what you should – and should not – send to OFCCP when responding to Scheduling Letters. Many contractors omit required data or report inaccurate information, leading to violations and...

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