The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is conducting scheduled system maintenance starting Friday, February 15 at 5:00 p.m. ET through Tuesday, February 19 at 8:00 a.m. ET. Most DOL websites and web systems will be affected and unavailable to the public. The National Contact Center remains open 24 hours a day to contact Job Corps (1-800-733-5627), MSHA (1-800-746-1553), and OSHA (1-800-321-6742).
INAERP advances awareness of employment rights and job opportunities for American Indians and Alaska Natives who work for or seek employment with companies doing business with the federal government. INAERP accomplishes this mission through compliance assistance and outreach to federal contractors and coordination with tribal representatives, community based organizations, apprenticeship programs, workforce development agencies, and other federal stakeholders.
View INAERP Brochure
OFCCP’s Indian and Native American Employment Rights Program (INAERP)
As part of the INAERP process, OFCCP and CTER entered into an MOU to foster cooperation and a mutually beneficial working relationship between OFCCP and CTER to conduct outreach, education, and compliance assistance activities that promote the recruitment, hiring, retention, and advancement of Indians and Native Americans and protect their employment rights.
View ERRD Resources
OFCCP has developed a directory that lists governmental and non-governmental not‐for‐profit organizations to assist contractors and subcontractors in meeting outreach commitments and hiring qualified applicants.
View Worker Factsheets
Your organization can help workers identify discrimination in the workplace. We’ve prepared a series of fact sheets you can use to educate workers.
View Complaint Form and Instructions
Is your organization aware of workers who feel that they are being discriminated against and their employer is a covered federal contractor or subcontractor?
View Class Member Locator
Applicants and workers who are impacted by discrimination may be entitled to back wages and/or consideration for job opportunities. Help OFCCP locate these individuals.