DCI has learned that this week, federal contractors are beginning to receive Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letters (CSALs) addressed to the chief executive officers at their corporate headquarters locations, including lists of their establishments that have been identified for potential scheduling of compliance reviews during Fall 2011 of OFCCP's fiscal year.
For the past few years, OFCCP has sent CSALs to contractors in the Fall and Spring of each year when a contractor has at least two establishments that have been identified by the agency's Federal Contractor Selection System (FCSS) for possible scheduling of a compliance evaluation during the current scheduling cycle. The letter explains that the enclosed list is not all-inclusive, due to the possibility of additional establishments being scheduled as a result of a pre-award notice, conciliation agreement monitoring, an individual complaint, or other agency initiatives.
As in last year's letters, the Fall 2011 CSAL states that there will be no limit to the number of new compliance evaluations of a contractor's facilities that OFCCP will conduct during the fiscal year.
December 09, 2010