Maintain your compliance efforts by properly following OFCCP regulations
We help federal contractors and subcontractors ensure they comply with the rules and regulations set by the OFCCP.
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Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA)
Federal contractors are required to take affirmative action to employ qualified veterans, list open positions with Employment Service Delivery Systems (ESDS), invite qualified veterans to self-identify, set hiring benchmarks for veterans, and collect data on veteran hiring trends.
Why is it important?
OFCCP requests information about hiring activity and outreach during compliance audits and requires proof of adherence to the mandatory job listing program.
Visit the Department of Labor (DOL) website to learn more about VEVRAA.
Does your company fall under VEVRAA’s jurisdictional threshold?
You may be required to follow VEVRAA guidelines if your company is a federal contractor/subcontractor and meets certain criteria.
Supply & Service – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $150,000 or more
Supply & Service – AAP Coverage
  • 50 or more employees
  • Contract of $150,000 or more
Construction – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $150,000 or more
Construction – AAP Coverage
  • 50 or more employees
  • Contract of $150,000 or more
Executive Order 11246 (E.O. 11246)
E.O. 11246 prohibits federal contractors and subcontractors from hiring based on race, religion, sex, or national origin and requires those companies to take affirmative action to ensure equal opportunity employment in all aspects of hiring. Federal contractors and subcontractors must adhere to applicant record keeping rules by maintaining specific data on applicants.
Why is it important?
OFCCP's Federal Contractor Selection System (FCSS) identifies federal contractors and subcontractors for evaluation.
Visit the Department of Labor (DOL) website to learn more about E.O. 11246.
Does your company fall under E.O. 11246’s jurisdictional threshold?
You may be required to follow E.O. 11246 guidelines if your company is a federal contractor/subcontractor and meets certain criteria.
Supply & Service – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $10,000 or more
Supply & Service – AAP Coverage
  • 50 or more employees
  • Contract of $50,000 or more
Construction – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $10,000 or more
Construction – 16 Specifications
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $10,000 or more
Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Sec. 503)
Federal contractors are required to take affirmative action to hire, retain, and promote qualified individuals with disabilities, invite those qualified to self-identify, collect data on hiring trends, and provide equal employment opportunity. OFCCP's Sec. 503 Checklist Tool helps contractors assess their AAP requirements.
Why is it important?
Compliance audits include a review of the contractor's hiring trends, outreach, and online job application systems to ensure that contractors are providing equal opportunity to qualified individuals compliant to Sec. 503.
Visit the Department of Labor (DOL) website to learn more about Sec. 503.
Does your company fall under Sec. 503’s jurisdictional threshold?
You may be required to follow Sec. 503 guidelines if your company is a federal contractor/subcontractor and meets certain criteria.
Supply & Service – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $15,000 or more
Supply & Service – AAP Coverage
  • 50 or more employees
  • Contract of $50,000 or more
Construction – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $15,000 or more
Construction – AAP Coverage
  • 50 or more employees
  • Contract of $50,000 or more
Are You a Federal Subcontractor?
According to the DOL, a federal subcontractor:
  • Has "an agreement or arrangement with a Federal contractor" for supplies, services or property "which is necessary to the performance of any one" Federal contract; or
  • If "any portion of the Federal contractor’s obligation…is performed, undertaken, or assumed" by your organization.
Do any of these scenarios apply to your organization?
  • A customer has documented to your organization that your purchase, sale, or use of goods or services is vital to their Federal contract.
  • A customer has a documented statement expressing that your organization must adhere to certain Federal regulations.
  • Your organization has been audited by OFCCP in the past.
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We established the standard for industry-leading solutions that help federal contractors document and achieve compliance. Local JobNetwork™ is on the cutting edge, implementing first-to-market resolutions to changing regulations and ensuring your company is always compliant. Our promise: 100% audit success – nothing less!
  • We guarantee you will pass your VEVRAA mandatory job listing audit
  • Worry-free compliance by leaving the heavy lifting to us
  • Solutions that are 100% compliant with OFCCP requirements
  • An experienced audit support team to provide the documentation you need
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