What OFCCP's New Enforcement Rule Means

Recorded December 15, 2020 | OFCCP has finalized significant changes to its regulations in an effort to codify, for the first time, a formal set of rules the agency must follow when alleging unlawful discrimination discovered during a compliance evaluation.

The rule establishes a framework regarding how discrimination allegations are identified, documented, and communicated to federal contractors, through the use of predetermination notices (PDNs) and notices of violation (NOVs), and will have major implications for federal contractors undergoing a compliance review.

CWC experts evaluated the pros and cons of the new rule and discussed the potential implications for CWC members moving forward.


  • Danny Petrella
  • Joe Vele
  • Gilberto Garcia

Duration: 90 minutes

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