Executive Order 11246/OFCCP Rules
All employers that are federal contractors or subcontractors.
Records relating to hiring, assignment, promotions, demotions, transfers, termination, pay rates, wage increases, and other compensation terms; selection for training or apprenticeship; reasonable accommodation requests; physical exam requests; job advertisements and postings; applications, resumes, tests and test results; interview notes; and affirmative action plans for the current and prior year including utilization analyses, application logs, and other supporting documents.
Affirmative Action plans must be updated annually and retained for 2 years. Covered employers with 150 or more employees must retain records for 2 years. Covered employers with fewer that 150 employees or government contracts that are less that $150,000 must maintain records for 1 year.
After An Action Is Started:
If an investigation by the OFCCP has commenced or a charge of discrimination or related lawsuit has been filed against the university, all relavant records must be kept until final disposition of the matter.