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The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) is required to ensure that all contractors, subcontractors, vendors and material suppliers do not discriminate in employment and contracting. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has specific Required Contract Provisions (FHWA-1273) which are applicable to all contractors and subcontractors who hold Federal or Federal-aid contracts of $10,000 or more.
ODOT administers its Contractor Compliance Program in accordance with Title 23, Code of Federal Regulations, Highways, Part 230 and the ODOT Contract Compliance Program.
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What is a Contract Compliance Review?
Contractor Compliance Reviews are performed on ODOT projects in order to monitor the utilization of minorities and females on Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) projects. These are comprehensive reviews conducted to determine a contractor’s compliance with the Equal Employment Opportunity and Equal Opportunity requirements of the contract. The Department also monitors DBE participation as well as the On the Job Training requirements if applicable.
Who is selected for Contract Compliance Review?
• Contractors performing work on multiple or large volume contracts
Contract Compliance Reviews:
The review process is used to determine whether firms performing work on ODOT contracts are in compliance with the required Equal Opportunity and Equal Employment Opportunity requirements of the contract. The review process consists of the following components: Planning, Preliminary Analysis, On-site Verification, Compliance Determination and where necessary, Corrective Action.
How do I make a good-faith effort to stay in Compliance?
A contractor is considered to have met its Equal Opportunity and Equal Employment Opportunity Program obligations if there is adequate documented evidence that it made every good-faith effort. If there is evidence of discrimination or a failure to provide Equal Opportunity, the contractor will submit a Corrective Action Plan. If there is no a good-faith effort; evidence of discrimination; or a failure to provide Equal Opportunity, the contractor will submit a Corrective Action Plan. The following criteria will be considered in determining if a firm has made a good-faith effort:
• Contractor’s EEO Policy