The final rule:

Defines "Internet Applicants," job seekers applying for work through the Internet or related electronic data technologies from whom contractors must solicit demographic information;
Prescribes the records contractors must maintain about hiring done through use of the Internet or related electronic data technologies; and,
Explains the records OFCCP will require contractors to produce when evaluating whether a contractor has maintained information on impact and conducted an adverse impact analysis under 41 CFR Part 60-3, the Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures.

​What is the definition of an "Internet Applicant"?

An “Internet Applicant” is an individual who satisfies all four of the following criteria:

  • The individual submitted an expression of interest in employment through the Internet or related electronic data technologies;
  • The contractor considered the individual for employment in a particular position;
  • The individual's expression of interest indicated that the individual possesses the basic qualifications for the position; and
  • The individual, at no point in the contractor's selection process prior to receiving an offer of employment from the contractor, removed himself or herself from further consideration or otherwise indicated that he/she was no longer interested in the position.


DEFINITION OF AN APPLICANT

INTERNET APPLICANT RECORDKEEPING RULE FROM OFCCP (Questions and Answers):  CLICK HERE

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