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Understanding Compliance Evaluations

Compliance Evaluation is the investigative review process used by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) to determine if a Federal Contractor is complying with non-discriminatory and Affirmative Action regulations. This program is designed to provide an understanding of the Compliance Review process, what to expect and how to prepare a timely response. The attendee will gain an understanding of:

  • Different types of Compliance Evaluations;

  • The difference between the (CSAL) and the Scheduling Letter used for the Compliance Review process; Best practices for Compliance Review preparation;

  • The Compliance Review Scheduling Letter and accompanying Itemized Listing;

  • What to do when a Compliance Review Scheduling Letter is received;

  • Stages of a Compliance Review: Desk Audit, Offsite analysis, and Onsite review;

  • Potential Compliance Review findings and results; and

  • The most frequently sited violations by the OFCCP.


Recertification Hours: 1.5
Duration: 1.5 Hours
Audience: Data, HR, Manager, Sr. Level, Supervisor

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