On Aug. 31, the Office of Management and Budget approved the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’ proposed Affirmative Action Program Verification Interface. Under this new requirement, federal contractors and subcontractors soon will be asked to regularly certify that they have “developed and maintained” compliant AAPs.
Join a panel of affirmative action team members from McGuireWoods for an overview of the new AAP verification obligations and related legal risks.
OFCCP’s new AAP Verification Interface system
Scope and timing of certification requirements
Jurisdictional considerations for federal contractors and non-contractors
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