Labor Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

According to the US Department of Labor's web site, the mission of its Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) is to "enforce, for the benefit of job seekers and wage earners, the contractual promise of affirmative action and equal employment opportunity required of those who do business with the federal government."  Are you up to speed on compliance issues? 

Seminar:  Comply or Die: Deciphering the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Requirements

Date: Friday, February 18, 2011
Time: 9:00 am - 12 pm EST (8:30 a.m. - Refreshments, Coffee, Bagels, Juice )
Location: Bethesda, MD or Live Online
Speakers: Ms. Elizabeth Schallop Call and Mr. Martin Schneiderman.

OFCCP laws and regulations can be extremely challenging to understand.  And if you don't understand the laws, how can you expect to remain in compliance with them?  The sanctions for noncompliance can range from being forced to make revisions to your Affirmative Action Plan to large monetary fines or even debarment. This seminar will give you a thorough overview of the various OFCCP requirements and the knowledge needed to ensure that your company remains in compliance.  

You'll learn the basics about:
  • Compliance obligations under Executive Order 11246. 
  • Preparing Affirmative Action Plans required under the Executive Order 11246.
  • Other affirmative action obligations imposed on federal contractors.
  • Preparing for an OFCCP compliance review.
  • What all federal contractors need to know about the OFCCP's new initiatives and efforts.

Fedmarket offers a range of seminars that cover topics such as GSA Schedule contracts, federal sales and proposal development.  View the Fedmarket seminar calendar for upcoming dates and locations. Many of the seminars are broadcast live over the web as Netcasts.

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For inquiries, call 301 652 9504. Press 2.

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