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Do you know if your company is a federal contractor or subcontractor? What qualifies as a federal contract? How does the government define a subcontract? Where can you go to look up if your company is a federal contractor?

How many days do you have to develop an Affirmative Action Plan after signing the contract? Are you prepared to certify compliance that you have developed and are maintaining an AAP? What does it mean to certify compliance?

Many businesses are not aware that their company is a federal contractor/subcontractor and it is never pleasant to discover this after you receive notice of an audit. Those who do know are not aware of the certifications and attestations someone at their company made regarding the presence or absence of an AAP when it registered to do business with the federal government.

Join us for this webinar as we do a deep dive into federal contractor coverage, obligations, AAP compliance and OFCCP’s Contractor Portal for AAP Verification. We’ll show you various government databases where you can check if your business has active federal contracts, and discuss what you need to do to achieve compliance and be prepared to certify compliance. Be proactive and know what it means to be compliant.

Roselle Rogers,
Vice President, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion | Circa
Angel Fischer,
OFCCP Expert | Circa

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