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We've collected documents (PDF format) that provide information regarding OFCCP and the federal affirmative action regulations. Documents added in the last two months are preceded by the word "NEW" and an asterisk (*).

New Items on This Page

Administrative Law Judge, Administrative Review Board, and Court Decisions

  • National Association of Manufacturers v National Labor Relations Board (May 2013) - Decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals D.C. Circuit that prohibits the National Labor Relations Board from requiring employers to display a poster informing employees of their rights under the National Labor Relations Act. (Note: the poster at issue in this case is basically identical to a poster required under Executive Order 13496, which is enforced in part by OFCCP).
  • OFCCP v Frito-Lay (May 2012) - Administrative Review Board decision affirming ALJ decision requiring Frito-Lay to provide information on personnel actions beyond the temporal scope of the data initially submitted during an affirmative action compliance review.
  • United Space Alliance v. Hilda Solis (November 2011) - District court decision affirming ALJ ruling regarding OFCCP's right to request additional information at the desk audit stage of a review. This decision focuses on OFCCP's right to request substantial additional compensation data without a preliminary finding of discrimination. See also the original ALJ ruling, OFCCP v. United Space Alliance (February 2011).
  • OFCCP v. Astrazeneca (June 2011) - ALJ decision involving alleged compensation discrimination. This decision is notable in part for its requirement of extensive statistical studies of compensation practices by the company.
  • OFCCP v. TNT Crust (September 2007) - ALJ decision involving alleged discrimination by a company against one particular minority subgroup. The company at issue agreed to a monetary settlement with OFCCP after this decision was released.

Affirmative Action Regulations and OFCCP Generally

  • *NEW Department of Labor's semiannual regulatory agenda for spring of 2013. (July 2013) This is a lengthy document that includes plans for all agencies within the DoL. PLEASE NOTE: the regulatory agenda shows that OFCCP has ambitious plans for regulatory change during the remainder of 2013, including the finalization of its proposed rules for veterans and persons with disabilities. (Click here for OFCCP's portion of the regulatory agenda, along with the portion of the regulatory agenda dealing with Veterans Employment and Training Service [VETS].)
  • OFCCP's 2014 budget justification to Congress. (April 2013)
  • Department of Labor's semiannual regulatory agenda. (December 2012) (Click here for OFCCP's portion of the regulatory agenda.)
  • OFCCP's 2013 budget justification to Congress. (February 2012)
  • OFCCP's portion of the Department of Labor's regulatory agenda from fall of 2010. (December 2010)
  • OFCCP's regulations on preparing an affirmative action plan, along with OFCCP's commentary on these regulations (November 2000)


  • OFCCP's "Internet Applicant" rule along with the federal government's commentary on this rule (October 2005). PLEASE NOTE: HR Analytical Services has a paper concerning OFCCP's Internet Applicant rule which is available upon request.
  • HR Analytical Services' comments to OFCCP on the agency's original proposal regarding "Internet Applicants" (May 2004)
  • OFCCP's Directive 265 that there should be no guessing on the race, ethnicity, or gender of applicants (April 2004)
  • Joint Taskforce proposal on "Internet Applicants" (March 2004)


Criminal Backgrounds

  • OFCCP's Directive 306 regarding the use of criminal records in the selection processes. (January 2013).
  • EEOC's guidance regarding the use of criminal records in the selection processes. OFCCP's Directive 306 is based largely on this guidance from EEOC. (April 2012).

Individuals with Disabilities

OFCCP's Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing


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