On September 9, 2021, President Biden announced his six-pronged COVID-19 Action Plan, which will have a significant impact on employers across the country by mandating vaccinations for many employees. Many key details — including what exemptions may apply to mandatory vaccinations — remain unknown until additional federal guidance is provided in the upcoming weeks.”
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The Office of Management and Budget recently approved proposed revisions to the Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing, the Compliance Check Letter, and the Section 503 Focused Review Letter, in addition to introducing the VEVRAA Focused Review Letter. The revisions include only a few substantive changes that impact government contractor disclosures.
OMB recently approved the revised scheduling letters, but fortunately did not adopt all of OFCCP’s proposed changes, including proposed changes to request compensation information during focused reviews. While the new Compliance Check Letter remains substantively unchanged, a few differences exist among and between the other scheduling letters.
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