From the Hotline: VETS 100 Form Requirements
Question: If an employer has federal contracts, but has less than 50 employees and therefore is not required to comply with affirmative action requirements, does the employer still need to complete the VETS 100 form?
Answer: The VETS 100 reporting requirements are based upon the dollar amount of federal contracts rather than the number of employees working for a company. The requirements are as follows:
Federal contractors that entered into contracts or subcontracts of $25,000 or more before December 1, 2003, must file VETS-100, Federal Contractor Veterans’ Employment Report annually by September 30th. Federal contractors must file VETS-100A, Federal Contractor Veterans’ Employment Report annually by September 30th for contracts or subcontracts of $100,000 or more entered into or modified on or after December 1, 2003.