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OFCCP’s New Scheduling Letter Expands Intra- and Inter-Agency Data Sharing

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Centre Law & Consulting


Effective July 1, 2016, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) began using its new scheduling letter for compliance evaluations.

One of the most significant changes in the form document relates to the agency’s use of data and information submitted by contractors. The “old” letter stated:

Rest assured that OFCCP considers the information you provide in response to this Scheduling Letter as sensitive and confidential. Therefore, any disclosures we may make will be consistent with the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act.”

In contrast, the new letter states:

Please also be aware that OFCCP may use the information you provide during a compliance evaluation in an enforcement action. We may also share that information with other enforcement agencies within DOL, as well as with other federal civil rights enforcement agencies with which we have information sharing agreements.”

The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) issuance of its memorandum on July 1, 2016 concerning the collection of information regarding labor law violations per the “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” Executive Order must be purely coincidental, no? (OM 16-23)

“Interesting times ahead,” contractors.

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David Warner | Centre Law & Consulting David Warner

David Warner is a seasoned counselor in the resolution and litigation of complex employment and business disputes. His practice is focused on the government contractor, nonprofit, and hospitality industries. David has extensive experience representing contractors in affirmative action, Davis-Bacon Act, and Service Contract Act compliance audits. He also represents businesses with regard to wage and hour compliance, DOL audits, and litigation.


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