Your organization is a Federal Contractor if you hold any of the following:
If you do not hold any of the above, you may still be a Federal Contractor if you are a single entity. A single entity is a business or organization that does not independently hold Federal contracts/subcontracts, but is related to a business or organization that is a covered federal contractor. If you’re still not sure. Take the single entity test.
If you are a Federal Contractor, then certain regulations apply to you. Complete the OFCCP Certification to check your compliance.
Which regulations apply to your organization depends on several factors.
In order to find out which regulations apply, you must be able to provide this information. The OFCCP Certification is only applicable to Supply and Service Contractors.
When your organization becomes a Federal Contractor, there are regulations that apply. Your organization may be audited or fined for failing to comply. A proactive approach to compliance is the best way to reduce your organization’s risk.
OFCCP Director Craig Leen has acknowledged that OFCCP officials are working towards gathering information to potentially target contractors who are not certifying their compliance. This requirement to certify could come into effect at any time.
Creating your AAP is a large part of your organization’s compliance. If your organization is required to complete an AAP and has failed to do so, this should be your first step towards compliance. We recommend putting an AAP in place as soon as possible. Jump to the AAP portion of your compliance.