Even while everyone continues to speculate as to what regulatory and policy changes might occur during a Trump Administration, the Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) is continuing to schedule federal contractor establishments for compliance evaluations. And every so often, OFCCP attempts to schedule a compliance evaluation of a closed facility.

Although this is not a common occurrence, it happens often enough that many contractors want to know how they should respond when they receive such a notice from OFCCP. Indeed, how a contractor responds to such a notice may end with saving time and resources by encouraging OFCCP to issue an administrative closure.

To that end, NT Lakis attorneys and non-attorney professionals have prepared an informational guide that contains factors to consider when responding to such audit letters. Please note that the guide is not intended to provide legal advice. Contractors seeking to challenge a scheduling letter sent to a closed facility should consult with legal counsel prior to doing so.

Members of the Equal Employment Advisory Council (EEAC) can read more here.