The Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) sent out 750 CSAL letters to contractor establishments on September 7, 2018. This is a supplement to the original FY2018 Scheduling List which was issued this past March.
When combining the FY2018 First Release of CSALs with this recent wave, OFCCP limited its scheduling to no more than 10 establishments of any parent company.
No more than four establishments of a single contractor are included in a single district office on this supplement.
The CSAL provides federal contractors and sub-contractors a 45-day notice prior to OFCCP beginning to send OMB approved scheduling (audit) letters. The federal contractors and/or sub-contractors then have 30 days to submit their Affirmative Action Program (AAP) for a total of 75 days advance notice to have the AAP ready. Additionally, OFCCP will also grant a one-time 30-day extension for supporting data where AAPs are provided timely as indicated.
A few facts about this last round of CSALs:
- No establishment that received a CSAL, concluded a review, or concluded progress report monitoring resulting from a conciliation agreement or consent decree, within the last five years, is included on this round of CSALs.
- 445 companies, 69 CMCEs, and 66 FAAP functional units received CSALs this time.
- Universities were not included in this supplement due to currently available compliance workload.
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