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OFCCP Announces Major Changes to FY 2020 Supply and Service CSAL

by | March 2, 2021

OFCCP announced on March 2, 2021 that it has made major changes to the fiscal year (FY) 2020 Corporate Scheduling Announcement List (CSAL). According to the announcement, the previous CSAL had 2,250 evaluations listed including:

  • 500 compliance reviews (including establishment reviews, Corporate Management Compliance Evaluations reviews, Functional Affirmative Action Plan reviews, and university reviews)
  • 500 accommodation focused reviews
  • 250 Section 503 focused reviews
  • 500 compliance checks

The CSAL has been updated to remove all establishments that were selected to receive focused reviews and compliance checks. The new list now contains the following:

  • 402 establishment reviews
  • 67 Corporate Management Compliance Evaluation reviews
  • 31 Functional Affirmative Action Plan reviews

Changes Only Made to FY 2020 CSAL, Reviews from Previous CSALs to Proceed

In the announcement, OFCCP includes a link to frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding the updates to the CSAL. In these FAQs, OFCCP indicates that establishments included in previous CSALs that are to undergo a focused review or compliance check will still be reviewed. The discontinuation of focused reviews and compliance checks only affects establishments included in the previous version of the FY 2020 CSAL. Any ongoing, scheduled, or unscheduled focused reviews and compliance checks will still proceed.

Questions About Future CSALs

Additionally, OFCCP included the following FAQ:

Question: My company had an establishment on the Supply and Service FY 2020, Release-1 scheduling list, which has since been removed. How does this impact the timeline for this establishment to be reviewed in the future?

Answer: Since your establishment has not concluded a review or concluded progress report monitoring resulting from a conciliation agreement or consent decree within the last two years, your establishment could be included on future scheduling lists.

It remains to be seen whether the removal of an establishment from the FY 2020 CSAL will act as a factor in the selection of establishments for future CSALs.