| FAQs on Government Compliance - Affirmative Action Plans Simplified
by Jeremy Mancheski, Jacquelyn Peterson and Jamie Gobel - Feb, 2013
The first step to passing a compliance review from the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) requires an evaluation of an Affirmative Action Plan (AAP) to ensure it is being implemented correctly. Hear answers to your most frequently asked questions about this topic from experts: Jamie Gobel, OFCCP Specialist with LocalJobNetwork.com Jeremy Mancheski, Principal with OutSolve Jacquelyn Peterson, Assist...
TRICARE Network Providers being Subject to OFCCP Requirements
by Jeremy Mancheski - Jan, 2012
By signing the National Defense Authorization Act (“NDAA”) on December 31st, President Obama dealt a blow to the OFCCP’s determined effort in gaining jurisdiction over the healthcare industry. For more than a decade, the OFCCP has been fighting, and seemingly winning, the battle to claim that healthcare facilities are considered subcontractors and are therefore subject to compliance under Executive Order 11246, Section 503 of...
OFCCP Spotlight on Compensation
by Jeremy Mancheski - Nov, 2011
Should Federal contractors be proactively analyzing pay during this time of transition at OFCCP? For more than a decade the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has been talking to the Federal contractor community about Pay Equity enforcement. OFCCP was giving presentations about how statistical analyses, particularly multiple regression, was going to become a part of regular audits at Industry Liaison...
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