The Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced that the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) had a record-setting fiscal year (FY) 2019. During FY 2019, the OFCCP obtained a record $40,569,816 in monetary settlements for affected class members, more than $16 million more than the next highest year in FY 2017. In fact, the three-year total of monetary settlements for FY 2017-2019 exceeds the prior seven-year (FY 2010-2016) totals combined. Bank of America, Dell Technologies, and Goldman Sachs are some of the latest big companies to settle workplace-discrimination allegations with the agency, with the OFCCP collecting more than $21 million from the three companies combined. The payouts from Dell and Goldman Sachs are the largest the agency has ever obtained. Goldman Sachs will pay almost $10 million in back wages to approximately 600 affected workers to settle race and gender-based pay discrimination claims at its corporate headquarters in New York City. Dell is also resolving race and gender-based pay discrimination claims, found during 20 outstanding compliance audits, with the company agreeing to pay $7 million in back wages to 5,475 affected workers. Bank of America will pay $4.2 million in back wages for hiring-bias violations based on race and gender. OFCCP Director Craig Leen stated, “Through a combination of effective enforcement and proactive compliance assistance, OFCCP has made a major impact on ensuring equal employment opportunity for America’s workforce, and will continue to do so in the upcoming year. I am very proud of the OFCCP team because they are making a difference for the American workforce.”