The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has responded to a March 4 federal court order and set a new September 30 deadline for the filing of EEO-1 gender and race reports. The deadline was originally March, but due to the government shutdown at the beginning of this year, it was delayed until May 31, and now is September. The Obama-era mandate that employers of 100 or more workers file employee demographic data by gender and race was reversed by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under President Trump in 2017, a reversal that was challenged in court. Back in early March, the federal district court in DC vacated the OMB action and reinstated the Obama reporting requirement. Further, the court ordered the EEOC to establish a new timetable with sufficient time for businesses to comply. EEOC has set September 30 as the latest reporting deadline.