Be aware of change in delivery
Federal contractors need to be on the lookout as OFCCP Scheduling Letters have been mailed and some are now arriving at corporate offices. In an abrupt change from prior audits, the Scheduling Letters for any locations and all audit types identified in the Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letter (CSAL) are being sent to the differing groups including company CEO and NOT just the individual locations as they have been in the recent past.
OutSolve has also been informed that some OFCCP Compliance Officers are calling in advance and asking who to send the letter to.
In other words, there seems to be varying methodology in place, possibly OFCCP region specific meaning that contractors need staff to be aware that these calls and letters are coming and to ensure that company officers are notified upon their arrival. The 30-day clock starts ticking when these certified letters are received and signed for.
Contractors should be monitoring mail to the corporate office and CEO immediately. The most recent batch of letters OutSolve has seen were dated May 21, 2019.
Another thing to be aware of, the current letter format expires on June 30, 2019 and OFCCP has proposed significant changes. Be sure to follow our blog or communicate with OutSolve regarding the latest updates.