In another example of the Judiciary flexing its muscles and undoing policies implemented by the Trump Administration, the US District Court for Washington DC overturned a ruling by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) relating reporting requirement for the EEO-1 Form. Expanded reporting, including data on race, gender and ethnicity was implemented back in 2016 by the Obama administration. That order was set to take full effect in 2017, when the Trump administration, responding to complaints from the US Chamber of Commerce and other business interest groups prevailed upon OMB to halt the expanded reporting requirements. The court reversal earlier this week of that OMB decision now muddies the waters as to what information must be reported and by when. The original deadline for expanded reporting was March 2018, but is now pegged at May 31. It is doubtful there is enough time for businesses to comply with that tight of a deadline.