Who we are
DCI Consulting Group, Inc. is a human resources risk management consulting firm strategically located in Washington, D.C. Since 2001, DCI has provided expert solutions to hundreds of federal contractors on the complex issues of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) compliance. DCI’s consulting staff are recognized experts in systemic compensation discrimination analyses, affirmative action plan development and implementation, employee selection and test validation, and OFCCP audit and litigation support.
DCI’s clients represent a cross-section of industries, including aerospace and defense, financial services, pharmaceuticals, high technology, education and manufacturing. DCI also works directly with national law firms to provide related litigation defense services.
DCI’s consulting staff hold graduate degrees in the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Following industry-proven and government-recognized methods, our consultants help alleviate our clients’ burden of preparing advanced, statistically driven analyses. The expert staff at DCI safeguard corporate reputations and finances with guidance and software-enabled solutions using a quantitative and rational analysis of advanced statistical practices.
Michael Aamodt, Principal Consultant at DCI Consulting Group, wrote an article featured in SIOP’s TIP publication, January 2017.
The Department of Labor’s Fiscal Year 2018 (FY2018) budget proposal was released today, May 23, 2017. The budget outlines the initiatives and priorities of the new administration, and as predicted by DCI, recommends merging the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) by the end of FY2018.
The proposed budget indicates that the consolidation will provide efficiencies and oversight. Additionally, the proposed budget allots $88 million for OFCCP, a decrease of $17.3 million from Fiscal Year 2017. The main cut to the budget appears to be headcount, with a proposed 440 full-time equivalent (FTE) headcount, a reduction from 571 FTEs. Some other interesting items that haveRead More