To help contractors comply with their nondiscrimination and affirmative action requirements, OFCCP offers recommendations for best practices that will assist construction contractors in preventing, detecting, and remedying potential discrimination in their workforces.
OFCCP offers recommendations for best practices that contractors may implement as part of their efforts to ensure equal employment opportunity in promotions. While these practices can assist with overall equal employment opportunity compliance efforts, they are strictly voluntary, and contractors will not be cited for violations if they choose not to adopt them.
As part of OFCCP's HBCU Initiative the agency provides this list of resources to support contractor efforts to foster diversity and inclusion. OFCCP offers these recommendations of best practices and strategies to help make diversity and inclusion programs successful.
To support contractor efforts to foster outreach and inclusion of Native Americans, OFCCP offers recommendations for best practices and strategies to help make diversity and inclusion programs successful.
To support contractor compliance with Section 503 VEVRAA requirements, OFCCP offers multiple resources and recommendations related to effective outreach and recruitment of individuals with disabilities and veterans, reasonable accommodations in the workplace, promoting self‐identification as an individual with a disability or a veteran by job applicants and employees, and other relevant topics.
This page provides information and resources to federal contractors and workers related to their obligations and rights concerning the past misuse of drugs. Under Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, individuals who previously misused drugs may be considered qualified individuals with disabilities if they are no longer engaged in the illegal use of drugs and either have been successfully rehabilitated or are participating in a supervised rehabilitation program.
To provide educational resources to help military service members and veterans understand the GI Bill, transition to college, search for scholarships, and get the most out of their military service.