WHAT'S YOUR PRIORITY for the Federal Sector EEO Process?

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    David B. Grinberg
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    In case you missed it, EEOC announced today that it is seeking public comment regarding its priorities for the federal sector program as part of the agency's recently approved Strategic Enforcement Plan for Fiscal Years 2013-2016 (SEP).

    EEOC says it is asking for public input as it prepares the Federal Sector Complement Plan (FCP) to the SEP. EEOC is encouraging input from individuals, advocacy groups, agency stakeholders, employers, and other interested parties.

    The Commission says it will carefully review each submission for possible inclusion in the FCP. Send your suggestions via email to [email protected]. The deadline is 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) on January 24, 2013. Each submission should contain contact information.

    EEOC's Offices of Federal Operations and Field Programs are jointly developing the FCP, which will reportedly address at least three major areas:

    • Determining how the EEOC's federal sector program will implement the SEP priorities.
    • Identifying specific federal sector enforcement priorities and strategies for addressing them.
    • Recommending strategies to improve communication, oversight, and consistency across the federal sector.

    All feds have an important stake in this process.

    What are YOUR priorities/suggestions to improve the Federal Sector EEO Process?

    This is your chance to provide substantive input for EEOC consideration. Email [email protected]

    ALSO SEE:

    DYK? EEO & Diversity in Federal Government

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    David B. Grinberg
    Participant

    Also, check out:

    Improving EEO in the Federal Workplace

    "Any individual with a stake in the federal sector EEO process can provide comments for system-wide improvements. Interested parties may offer specific policy recommendations on administrative and legal procedures, as well as related enforcement and appellate issues.EEOC is encouraging “input from individuals, advocacy groups, agency stakeholders, employers, and other interested parties. The Commission will carefully review each submission for possible inclusion in the FCP. Suggestions may be sent via email to [email protected] and must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) on January 24, 2013."

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