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Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act

Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA)

Federal contractors are required to take affirmative action to employ qualified veterans, list open positions with Employment Service Delivery Systems (ESDS), invite qualified veterans to self-identify, set hiring benchmarks for veterans, and collect data on veteran applicants and hires, conduct outreach to veterans, and assess their outreach on an annual basis.

Why is it important?

Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) requests information about hiring activity and outreach during audits and requires proof of compliance with the mandatory job listing requirement.

Visit the OFCCP website to learn more about VEVRAA.

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VEVRAA: Are You a Covered Contractor?

If your company has a federal government contract/subcontract and meets these thresholds, you are required to comply with VEVRAA.

Supply & Service – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $150,000 or more
Supply & Service – AAP Coverage
  • 50 or more employees
  • Contract of $150,000 or more
Construction – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $150,000 or more
Construction – AAP Coverage
  • 50 or more employees
  • Contract of $150,000 or more
Executive Order 11246

Executive Order 11246 (EO 11246)

EO 11246 prohibits federal contractors and subcontractors from hiring based on race, religion, sex, or national origin and requires those companies to take affirmative action to ensure equal opportunity employment in all aspects of hiring. Federal contractors and subcontractors must retain applicant and employment records and make these available to OFCCP in an audit.

Why is it important?

OFCCP conducts compliance audits to determine whether a contractor is complying with its non-discrimination and affirmative action obligations. It also investigates systemic discrimination complaints.

Visit the OFCCP website to learn more about EO 11246.

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Executive Order 11246: Are You a Covered Contractor?

If your company has a federal government contract/subcontract and meets these thresholds, you are required to comply with Executive Order 11246.

Supply & Service – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $10,000 or more
Supply & Service – AAP Coverage
  • 50 or more employees
  • Contract of $50,000 or more
Construction – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $10,000 or more
Construction – 16 Specifications
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $10,000 or more
Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Sec. 503)

Federal contractors are prohibited from discriminating in employment based on disability and are required to take affirmative action to hire, retain, and promote qualified individuals with disabilities (IWDs), set a 7% utilization goal, invite applicants to self-identify as an IWD, and collect data on applicants and hires. OFCCP's Sec. 503 Checklist Tool helps contractors assess their AAP compliance.

Why is it important?

Compliance audits include a review of the contractor's hiring trends, outreach, and online job application systems to ensure that contractors are providing equal opportunity to qualified individuals compliant to Sec. 503.

Visit the OFCCP website to learn more about Sec. 503.

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Section 503: Are You a Covered Contractor?

If your company has a federal government contract/subcontract and meets these thresholds, you are required to comply with Section 503.

Supply & Service – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $15,000 or more
Supply & Service – AAP Coverage
  • 50 or more employees
  • Contract of $50,000 or more
Construction – Basic Coverage
  • ANY number of employees
  • Contract of $15,000 or more
Construction – AAP Coverage
  • 50 or more employees
  • Contract of $50,000 or more

Are You a Federal Subcontractor?

According to OFCCP, a federal subcontractor:

  • Has "an agreement or arrangement with a Federal contractor" for supplies, services or property "which is necessary to the performance of any one" Federal contract; or
  • If "any portion of the Federal contractor’s obligation…is performed, undertaken, or assumed" by your organization.

Do any of these scenarios apply to your organization?

  • A customer has documented to your organization that your purchase, sale, or use of goods or services is vital to their Federal contract.
  • A customer has a documented statement expressing that your organization must adhere to certain Federal regulations.
  • Your organization has been audited by OFCCP in the past.

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