Once you have received an OFCCP formal Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing, you are required to submit your Executive Order 11246, Section 503 and VEVRAA AAPs and supporting data within 30 days. If employers need an extension for supporting data related to the above AAPs, OFCCP may provide a 30-day extension provided that:
- You request the extension prior to the initial 30-day due date for the AAPs
- You submit the following basic AAP narratives within the initial 30-day period after receiving the scheduling letter and itemized listing:
- Executive Order 11246
- Section 503
What is the CSAL? OFCCP gives contractors the gift of time by issuing Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letters (CSAL), typically twice a year, in advance of sending out scheduling letters. A CSAL is a “courtesy” notice to an establishment that it has been selected to undergo an audit by the OFCCP. It does not initiate an audit but instead provides additional time for preparation.
Although previously mailed, OFCCP is now posting the CSAL on its website, specifically the FOIA Library.
How can DCI help?
If you are being audited – you want the best team to support you. At DCI, we have experience working with OFCCP and will guide you through every step. The DCI Difference:
- Negotiating with OFCCP – We will defend our work and help you navigate the audit process. We can represent our clients on OFCCP matters.
- Experience and Knowledge – Our extensive knowledge navigating audits make us the premier choice for audit support.
- Audit-Ready AAPs – Our thorough data checks give you the option to prepare audit-ready AAPs annually, so there’s no scrambling when you receive a scheduling letter.
- Support if Review is Escalated – If your review is escalated, we can defend your work at a high stakes national office level. We have experience and a team to assist.