SECTION 503 FOCUSED REVIEWS Focused Reviews Directive 2018-04 Section 503 Focused Reviews Scheduling Letter Section 503 Focused Reviews Frequently Asked Questions DISABILITY INCLUSION STARTS WITH YOU Disability Inclusion Video This video explains why federal contractors ask job applicants and employees to voluntarily self‐identify as an individual with a disability, and the role it plays in ensuring equal employment opportunity. SAMPLE SECTION 503 DOCUMENTS Sample AAPSample On-Site GuideSample Section 503 SCER BEST PRACTICES Best Practices OFCCP compiled disability related best practices to assist federal contractors with compliance.Disability and Inclusion Programs Explore various Disability and Inclusion Programs identified by OFCCP. DISABILITY RIGHTS FACTSHEET Disability Rights Fact Sheet This fact sheet explains job seeker and employee rights for individuals with a disability under Section 503. OFFICE OF DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT POLICY (ODEP) ODEP Resources Learn about a variety of disability related effective strategies, practices, and technical assistance resources sponsored by ODEP. SECTION 503 REGULATIONS View Regulations Title 41 CFR Part 60‐741 sets forth regulations for federal contractors and subcontractors based on Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. SECTION 503 RESOURCES Section 503 Resources Find a number of Section 503 related resources providing help, assistance, guidance, support and advice. REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION POCKET CARD RA Pocket Card This pocket card assists applicants, employees, and other interested parties in understanding the process for requesting a reasonable accommodation. VOLUNTARY SELF‐IDENTIFICATION FORM Voluntary Self‐ID View the OMB‐approved Voluntary Self‐Identification of Disability Form CC‐305. HOW TO FILE A COMPLAINT Learn how to file a complaint Do you believe that an employer doing business with the federal government has discriminated against you in hiring or employment? If so, read further. CONTACT OFCCP Contact Information You can use OFCCP’s office directory to find the person you need or contact OFCCP’s Toll-Free Help Line.