To provide equal treatment and employment opportunity, thereby enhancing unit cohesiveness, military readiness, and mission accomplishment. This includes detecting and eliminating barriers that lead to unlawful discrimination and/or sexual harassment. Commanders and supervisors should ensure all types of harassment are corrected as soon as possible once they are made aware.
Human Relations Education
DEOCS (Climate Survey)
Sexual Harassment Training
Out and Abouts
Subject Matter Expertise
Alternative Dispute resolution (ADR)
Civilian Employees: This includes current or former federal civilian employees and applicants for federal employment who feel they have been discriminated against may file an EEO complaint on the basis of: race, sex, disability (mental/physical), age (40 and older), national origin, color, religion, genetic information, sexual harassment or reprisal (based on prior EEO complaint). Under 29 CFR part 1614.105, an individual must contact a counselor within 45 calendar days of the incident date or personnel action, or from the date they became aware of the incident.
Military: All military Airmen, family members, and retirees who feel they have been discriminated against may file an EO complaint within 60 calendar days of the incident date on the basis of: race, sex, national origin, color, religion, sexual orientation or sexual harassment.