Title 38, United States Code, Section 4212(d) and Veterans Employment Opportunities Act (VEOA), Public Law 105-339

Federally Mandated Reporting/Disclosure Form

Program Title and Description:

Title 38, United States Code, Section 4212(d) and Veterans Employment Opportunities Act (VEOA), Public Law 105-339.

The VETS-100 report is to be completed annually by all nonexempt federal contractors and subcontractors with contracts or subcontracts for the furnishing of supplies and services or the use of real or personal property for $25,000 or more. The existence of $25,000 or more in federal contracts or subcontracts during a given calendar year establishes the requirement to file a VETS-100 report during the following calendar year.

Who is Responsible for Reporting?

Primary Contact
Melissa D. Berry
Interim Equal Opportunity Officer
PCOB, Suite 111
836-4252

Where is Report Physically Located?

Office of Equal Opportunity, Park Central Office Building, Suite 111

What Should be Reported?

The VETS-100 Report includes the following numbers of employees:

  1. Special disabled veterans
  2. Veterans of the Vietnam era
  3. Other veterans who served on active duty during a war or in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign badge has be authorizes.

Reporting is required by hiring location and includes both the number of employed and the number of new hires, within to three categories listed above. The number of veterans employed within these categories is to be broken out by job category and maximum and minimum total employment is to be reported as well.

When Should it be Reported?

The VETS-100 Report is due at the United States Department of Labor – Veterans’ Employment and Training Service no later than September 30 of each year.

Where is it to be Reported?

The VETS-100 Report must be included in the Affirmative Action Plan.

Why Should it be Reported?

The legislation imposes sanctions on contractors and subcontractors that are required to submit a VETS-100 Report but fail to do so. Federal agencies are prohibited from awarding contracts or disbursing funds to federal contractors that are required to submit a VETS-100 Report but fail to do so.

How is it Reported?

The VETS-100 Report is electronically submitted to the United States Department of Labor – Veterans’ Employment and Training Service VETS-100 web site http://vets100.cudenver.edu.

If notification is required, how is it reported?

N/A