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Are you required to develop an Affirmative Action Plan?  Employers who are contractors (or subcontractors) of the federal government with 50 or more employees and a single federal government contract or subcontract of at least $50,000 must prepare an annual written Affirmative Action Plan (AAP). The Office of Federal Compliance Programs (OFCCP) enforces the laws and regulations. The OFCCP audits government contractors and subcontractors to enforce compliance, and may impose penalties on employers who do not comply or have an inadequate AAP. Our experts can prepare your AAP for you and assist you with OFCCP audits.  We also have resources to provide guidance developing your own plan and we are available to answer your questions.​


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