View MCP Program Information
Mega construction projects have a value of $25 million or more, are scheduled to last more than one year and are likely to have an employment and economic impact on the community where the project is located.
View Notification Requirements
Contracting officers, applicants and contractors are required to give written notice to OFCCP within 10 working days of award of a construction contract or subcontract in excess of $10,000
Construction contractors and subcontractors are subject to OFCCP Regulations found at 41 CFR 60‐4.
View Information on Apprenticeships in Construction
For many decades, construction companies have valued apprenticeships for recruiting, developing, and retaining a skilled diverse workforce.
View Participation Goals
Construction contractors and subcontractors are required to set trade participation goals for minorities and females based on percentages established by OFCCP.
View Construction TAG. This guide provides a general overview of obligations specific to Construction contractors subject to the equal employment opportunity laws enforced by OFCCP.
View Best Practices
OFCCP has compiled a list of best practice recommendations to assist construction contractors and subcontractors with compliance.
View Construction FAQs
OFCCP has compiled a series of frequently asked questions to assist construction contractors and subcontractors with compliance.
View INAERP Information
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.
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 Jurisdiction Infographic
This infographic is designed to explain jurisdictional thresholds for federal contractors and subcontractors under Executive Order 11246, Section 503, and VEVRAA.
The Department of Labor and the General Services Administration entered into an agreement to cooperate and exchange information with the aim of enhancing the enforcement of equal employment opportunity requirements that apply to firms with Federal and federally assisted construction contracts and subcontracts.
View and Print Posters
To assist contractors and subcontractors, OFCCP provides downloadable versions of the required Equal Employment Opportunity posters and notices in multiple languages.
View more FAQs
In addition to the construction specific FAQs, OFCCP also has FAQs on other compliance areas including sexual orientation and gender identity nondiscrimination, and nondiscrimination and affirmative action for individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.