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Please note: The Department of Labor ended the drug-free workplace program in 2010. Accordingly, it does not currently administer a “Workplace drug testing” advisory web page and is not responsible for the content of the linked sites.

Notify the Contracting or Granting Agency

Upon receiving notice of an employee’s conviction of a criminal drug statute occurring in the workplace, the employer must provide written notice within 10 calendar days to the appropriate person or office in the Federal agency from which he or she receives a contract or grant. The notice must include the convicted employee’s position title and grant or contract identification number. The employer must notify the appropriate Federal contact regardless of how he or she is informed of the employees conviction (i.e., by the employee, a co-worker, the newspaper, etc.)

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