FHWA 1391


The FHWA Annual Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Report is required for all federal-aid construction contracts.  The Annual EEO Report collects employment data, specifically highlighting employment of racial/ethnic minorities and women, from all construction contractors with active federal-aid contracts valued at $10,000 or more during the designated reporting period.  Accurate reporting of data is imperative to maintain federal funding for future CDOT Federal-Aid Highway Construction projects.

The FHWA-1391 report effectively summarizes a contractor’s project labor force as of the last full pay period prior to the end of July.  If a contractor did not perform any work (i.e. they do not have certified payroll) during the last full pay period prior to the end of July, they are not required to submit information for that project.

Any Prime Contractor and subcontractor (regardless of tier) on active CDOT Federal-Aid Highway Construction projects valued at $10,000 or greater during the final full pay period of July must submit workforce employment information by August 10, 2022 to successfully complete their FHWA-1391 report as required.

Contractors and subcontractors with payrolls kept in the LCPtracker system will submit their EEO reporting information via LCPtracker. 

For questions about the submission process in LCPTracker contact L. Catherine Wood at 720-990-7266

Contractors and subcontractors working on Local Agency Projects (LAPs) or on projects which do not maintain payrolls in LCPtracker will submit a completed FHWA-1391 Excel document to the project’s Prime Contractor, who will then send all submitted PDF Excel documents for the project to CDOT via email to [email protected]

For questions about the submission process for Local Agency Projects and projects not in LCPTracker contact Marla Nance at 470-616-6890.