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The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) is responsible for ensuring compliance with Executive Order 11246, and all regulations pertaining to making job vacancies available to qualified applicants representing minorities, veterans, women and persons with disabilities. If you are a federal contractor who needs to comply with OFCCP regulations, one area you should be aware of is the record-keeping requirements regarding Internet Applicants. Below is information to help you understand and meet this compliance criteria.
OFCCP's definition of an "Internet Applicant"
Job seekers who meet all four requirements are considered "Internet Applicants."
Electronic data technologies include:
Record-keeping Responsibilities of Federal Contractors
As part your efforts to comply with OFCCP's recordkeeping regulations for Internet Applicants, the following information must be maintained and provided upon request:
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