WEATHER POSTPONEMENT of OSWILG'S program ~ A MORNING WITH THE PORTLAND OFCCP OFFICE
OSWILG regrets to inform you that weather is forcing a postponement of tomorrow’s program, “A Morning with the Portland OFCCP.” It had been set for Thursday, February 22beginning at 8:30 AM. However, the overnight forecast is for more snow. While it likely would be possible for some to attend, we want to err on the side of safety.
We will be conferring with OFCCP and will select a new date for this program very soon. Please feel free to let us know if there are dates that work well for you (or if there are dates that do not work for you); we will make every effort to find a date that works for folks who registered for this event.
Additionally, if you have any questions that you would like OSWILG to pose to OFCCP during the Q&A portion of the program, please let us know.
Thank you for your understanding and best regards,
OSWILG Board President
We will host Brenda Terreault, JD, OFCCP Area Office Director, along with several Portland office compliance officers.
Brenda and her colleagues will lead a discussion regarding technical compliance matters associated with Executive Order 11246 (minorities and women), Section 503 (individuals with disabilities), and VEVRAA (covered veterans).
Brenda also will take questions from attendees related to affirmative action plans, regulations, compliance and audits.
This is a great opportunity to meet with the Portland office. We encourage contractors, subcontractors and other interested parties to attend.
Here are the logistical details.
A Morning with the Portland OFCCP
Brenda Terreault, OFCCP Area Office Director
Ben Van Vleet, Compliance Officer
Matt Rice, Compliance Officer
About The Presenters
Area Office Director Brenda Terreault earned a law degree from Rutgers University and an MBA from Marylhurst University. Throughout her 25-year career, she has focused on regulatory compliance and finance for corporations, law firms, and non-profits.
Ben Van Vleet
Compliance Officer Ben Van Vleet has been with the OFCCP for eight years. Prior to coming to OFCCP he spent 32 years in the US Air Force.
Compliance Officer Matt Rice has been with the OFCCP since 2010. He’s a Portland native and PSU alumni. Before joining the OFCCP he held positions in multiple service and tech industries, as well as served in the National Guard.