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Resources for Federal Contractors Section 503 and VEVRAA

As a part of OFCCP’s ongoing efforts to support federal contractor compliance with the new Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act (Section 503) and the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA) regulations, the agency is providing the below list of resources that federal contractors may find useful. This is not an exhaustive list because there are many governmental and non–governmental organizations that provide information and support to contractors on issues 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.

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Building an Inclusive Environment that Encourages Self–Identification/Disclosure

Contractor Assessment Tools And Trackers

Disability and Veterans Community Resources Directory

General Information

Reasonable Accommodations (aka “Productivity Tools”)

Recruitment and Hiring of Qualified Individuals with Disabilities

Recruitment and Hiring of Qualified Veterans

Tax Incentives and Other Funding

OFCCP periodically updates this list, as well as the other contractor resources on its Web site; however, we cannot guarantee the accuracy and timeliness of the information provided by these resources. Contractors may also wish to access the OFCCP Employment Resources Referral Directory (ERRD) at The ERRD lists governmental and non–governmental not–for–profit organizations that can assist contractors with recruiting and hiring qualified workers with disabilities, veterans, women, and members of minority groups.

Organizations seeking to be included on this list or the ERRD should contact OFCCP by sending an email to and referencing “VEVRAA/Section 503” in the email’s subject line. Inclusion on either list as a resource is not guaranteed and organizations may be excluded or terminated from the list if they support any policy, position or cause that is or could be perceived as inconsistent with the Department of Labor’s policies, programs, procedures, and responsibilities. Furthermore, inclusion on the list does not imply that OFCCP specifically endorses the program, practices, services, and/or policies of any organization.