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OFCCP Compliance Assistance Town Halls

The compliance assistance that OFCCP provides is free and critically important to ensuring that federal contractors have the tools and resources they need to voluntarily comply with the equal employment opportunity and nondiscrimination obligations required by Executive Order 11246, Section 503, and VEVRAA. We are redesigning all of our fact sheets, educational webinars, frequently asked questions, and staffed Help Desk to assist contractors with understanding and implementing these obligations.

To enhance the scope and quality of our compliance assistance through contractor outreach and education materials, OFCCP is holding three Town Hall meetings. These meetings are open to the public but will be of particular interest to human resource managers, equal employment opportunity specialists, chief compliance officers, and other personnel who are directly involved with ensuring their company’s compliance with OFCCP’s requirements. Workers, jobseekers, community groups and anyone interested in the scope of OFCCP’s work are also encouraged to attend.

During the Town Hall meetings, we want to obtain your views and learn more about the experiences of federal contractors when implementing and managing their nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity requirements, and how we can help. If you are a worker, jobseeker, or interested organization we also want to hear from you about how we can improve our outreach to you or your organization.

The dates, city locations, and registration links for the Town Halls are listed below. Additional event details can be viewed in Event Brite. Seating will be limited, so register early.

2017 Town Halls
Date Time City Location Registration Link
September, 19 2017 8:30AM to 1:00PM Washington, DC
September, 26 2017 8:30AM to 1:00PM San Francisco, California
September, 28 2017 8:30AM to 1:00PM Chicago, Illinois

If you have questions about the event please contact Priscilla Johnson at 202–693–0104 or 202–693–0101 in OFCCP’s Division of Policy and Program Development. Should you need disability accommodations to participate fully in the event you may provide that information at the time of registration in Event Brite.


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