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OFCCP Contractors, Don’t Expect That Review Notice in the Mail

In case you missed it, on Friday, Feb. 22, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) announced that it is on schedule to post its next Corporate Scheduling Announcement List (CSAL) in mid-to-late March. The list will now include not only compliance reviews but also Section 503 Focused Reviews and Affirmative Action compliance checks.

Perhaps most importantly, the announcement included notification that this will be the first time the OFCCP will post the CSAL and not provide advanced written mailed notices to contractor establishments.

How can you receive a head’s up? The OFCCP “strongly encourages” all contractors to subscribe to the OFCCP email updates through its website to receive timely notification of the CSAL. Contractors may also find the current CSAL list online.


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About this Author

Christine McLaughlin, Labor Attorney, Godfrey Kahn Law Firm

Christine Liu McLaughlin is a shareholder and chair of the Labor & Employment Law Practice Group in the Milwaukee office. Christine also is the immediate-past chair of the firm's Women's Leadership Forum and chair of the Diversity Committee.

Christine provides counsel on a wide variety of employment and labor issues ranging from interpretation and application of federal and state employment laws to specialized employee transition matters in complex business transactions.

Christine advises her clients on general...