When the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) first adopted the Certainty, Efficiency, Recognition and Transparency (CERT) principles, the agency’s aim was simple: Improve governance and help the federal contracting community better understand their obligations. With the December 15 release of the Certainty Directive — the fourth and final directive under the CERT principles — the OFCCP has established a process to ensure clarity, which commits the agency to ongoing review and clarification of its policies and practices.
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