A review of OFCCP's 2018 directives: Potential signs of greater transparency and cooperation with federal contractors?

This article provides an overview of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs' (OFCCP) 2018 directives and what they could mean for contractors moving forward. It begins by describing OFCCP's highly publicized directive regarding OFCCP's compensation evaluation process.

The article also describes some of the other key directives aimed at enhancing transparency, efficiency, and cooperation with contractors, including directives relating to the issuance of opinion letters and establishment of a help desk, establishment of an ombud service, and the requirement that predetermination notices be issued when there are preliminary findings of employment discrimination.

The article concludes by summarizing some of the notable directives issued by OFCCP last year, including the extension of the TRICARE moratorium, and OFCCP's views on dealing with contractors' religious beliefs. This was also published by A.S. Pratt in its June 2019 edition of Pratt's Government Contracting Law Report.

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