The Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has revised and re-posted its fiscal year 2020 Corporate Scheduling Announcement Lists (CSALs), which the agency first posted on OFCCP’s website last Friday. The lists, which identify 2,450 federal contractor establishments (or functions) for an upcoming compliance evaluation, have been revised in a number of ways. Some federal contractors lost or gained an evaluation, and the evaluation types have changed in some cases (for example promotion reviews have been replaced with establishment reviews, and vice versa).
Although OFCCP has not provided an explanation as to why the scheduling lists were revised, CWC has been able to confirm with OFCCP officials that the CSALs now posted on the agency’s website are indeed the correct ones. We also encourage CWC members to review our recent memorandum evaluating the CSALs and OFCCP’s recently-announced promotion and accommodation focused reviews. The memorandum has been updated to include the revised CSALs.
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