The ongoing saga over what pay data the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will require from large employers on the EEO-1 form appears to be changing again. Yesterday, the agency published official notice in the Federal Register that it will collect basic information on worker demographics over the next three years, but will no longer collect expanded compensation data broken down by race, ethnicity and gender that was required under the Obama-era EEO-1 form. Large employers (those with more than 100 employees) will now only have to submit the original EEO-1 form (Component 1), with demographic information only about employees in selected job categories. The Trump administration reversed the Obama pay data mandate, but the US District Court for DC ordered that the Obama-era pay data be collected for 2017 and 2018. That decision was appealed by the Trump administration and is still pending, but now EEOC has formally changed the collection data process going forward.