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Since OFCCP’s compensation Directive 307, federal contractors are experiencing more intense scrutiny of their compensation systems during OFCCP compliance reviews. A recent trend among compliance officers across regions is to ask contractors to

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A little over four months ago, we asked the question, “Exactly what is a hiring benchmark”? In that blog, we reviewed the VEVRAA regulatory language, the preamble to the regulation, and the OFCCP FAQ explaining the difference between the
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As previously featured on this blog, the Department of Labor’s OFCCP published the revised Section 503 and VEVRAA regulations on September 24, 2013. The effective date for all contractors to comply with subparts A, B, D, and E is 180 days from the

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DCI Consulting Group has been informed by a reliable source that the OFCCP courtesy notification (previously, the Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letter (CSAL)) will be released this week. This letter serves as an advanced courtesy to federal

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