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Affirmative action requirements for federal contractors and subcontractors are more extensive than developing an affirmative action plan. DCI Consulting Group, a premier affirmative action planning firm, has constructed a checklist to help federal contractors and subcontractors assess their organizations' compliance with affirmative action regulations. Employers that hold federal contracts are often confused about their affirmative action obligations. Many partner with consultants and law firms or use self-service software to create a document that contains narrative portions and required employment and demographic analytics. However, developing an affirmative action plan is only one small part of federal contractors’ affirmative action obligations. There are dozens of additional obligations from three different laws that must be implemented to remain compliant. Download the list to see if your organization is fully compliant with affirmative action regulations!