Category: Section 503

Last spring, DCI surveyed Federal contractors to assess participation rates regarding the revised Section 503 regulations (2015 results). The majority of contractors have likely reached…  Read more
As contractors prepare for 2016, we want to share some reminders on what to be prepared for in the New Year with the OFCCP and…  Read more
Nearly two full years have passed since the release of the revised Section 503 and VEVRAA which introduced a number of new requirements for federal…  Read more
As outlined in 41 CFR 60-3, contractors are required to analyze personnel activity to determine if there are barriers to equal employment for protected classes.…  Read more
OFCCP has just released three new FAQs regarding the partial year data and analysis required for the Section 503 and VEVRAA items in the revised…  Read more
Recent contractor feedback related to Good Faith Efforts (GFE) toward individuals with disabilities and veterans suggests that the process of engaging in, tracking, and evaluating…  Read more
The new OFCCP scheduling letter and itemized listing have officially been released at, and are effective immediately (starting October 1, 2014).  As previously mentioned…  Read more
OFCCP had an extremely busy year in 2013 with the release of Directive 307 in February and the updated Federal Contract Compliance Manual (FCCM) in…  Read more
OFCCP is seeking public comments on its proposed information collection request (ICR) to renew recordkeeping and reporting requirements for construction contractors. The ICR was published…  Read more
On September 8, 2014, the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) received a submission from OFCCP…  Read more
In light of recent regulatory updates, many contractors have asked for best practices regarding the implementation and tracking efforts to meet the Section 503/VEVRAA compliance…  Read more
During a recent release of the revised Section 503 and VEVRAA FAQs on the OFCCP website, the agency outlined their interpretation of how non-responses to…  Read more