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New directive expands OFCCP investigations into compensation discrimination

19 March 2013

Employment and Government Contracts Alert

The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) issued a new Directive broadening the methods it will use to investigate compensation discrimination by employers who hold federal government contracts or subcontracts. OFCCP intends to apply a flexible case-by-case approach that can uncover multiple forms of compensation discrimination. In issuing the new Directive, OFCCP at the same time rescinded pay discrimination standards published in 2006 because the agency believed they limited its full investigation authority. The new Directive became effective February 28, 2013, and is available here.

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