OFCCP revises Corporate Scheduling Announcement List

Don't rely on the initial list posted!

The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs announced that it has posted a revised Corporate Scheduling Announcement List. The agency's statement was emailed this morning:

On Friday, Sept. 11, 2020, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) published a Corporate Scheduling Announcement List (CSAL). After the CSAL was published, it came to our attention that it was compiled from a draft version of the scheduling list that had not included a cap of five establishment reviews, excluding focused reviews and compliance checks. Once this error was identified, OFCCP published an updated CSAL based on the correct and final version of the scheduling list. This CSAL was published on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. OFCCP made no changes to the individual establishments included on the scheduling list. The error only impacted the type of review notated on the CSAL. The current CSAL correctly represents the scheduling list and the methodology. OFCCP sincerely apologizes for any inconvenience that these actions may have caused any contractor.

If you believe the facility should not be selected for review, you can send an email to the OFCCP Scheduling Mailbox at ofccp-dpo-scheduling@dol.gov. OFCCP responds to these inquiries promptly.

To access the revised list, vist the OFCCP's FOIA library.

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