(a) When OFCCP believes that a conciliation agreement has been violated, the following procedures are applicable:
(1) A written notice shall be sent to the contractor setting forth the violation alleged and summarizing the supporting evidence. The contractor shall have 15 days from receipt of the notice to respond, except in those cases in which OFCCP asserts that such a delay would result in irreparable injury to the employment rights of affected employees or applicants.
(2) During the 15-day period the contractor may demonstrate in writing that it has not violated its commitments.
(b) In those cases in which OFCCP asserts that a delay would result in irreparable injury to the employment rights of affected employees or applicants, enforcement proceedings may be initiated immediately without proceeding through any other requirement contained in this chapter.
(c) In any proceedings involving an alleged violation of a conciliation agreement OFCCP may seek enforcement of the agreement itself and shall not be required to present proof of the underlying violations resolved by the agreement.
[61 FR 19350, May 1, 1996, as amended at 70 FR 36266, June 22, 2005]
Title 41 published on 2009-07-01
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