Is GAO’s report on OFCCP’s Veteran Program a Ticking Time Bomb?

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The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is the federal agency that provides objective, non-partisan information on government programs.  In 2016, GAO released a report outlining recommendations for updating the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’ (OFCCP)  assistance (education) and enforcement practices to ensure the Agency’s goal of providing equal access in the workplace.  The last two administrations have set about updating policies and procedures to address GAO criticism of OFCCP’s operations.  The Trump administration created ‘four pillars’ (certainty, efficiency, recognition and transparency) to improve compliance through cooperation between OFCCP and federal contractors. The current administration is jettisoning  the pillars in

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