Endow the APG workforce with specialized training, tools, subject matter expertise and due process under the law by ensuring timely service and expert advisory services necessary to eliminate workplace barriers.


To become the premier model EEO Program that will serve as the epicenter for actionable Diversity and Leadership as it relates to the Department of the Army, and IMCOM, the Army’s Home. The APG EEO Office will set that standard by not just processing Title VII discrimination complaints, but also by analyzing and identifying the root causes of workplace conflicts, tracking their trends, briefing leaders on those trends, and providing a detailed action plan that those leaders can follow to achieve a better and more equitable work environment for all employees, not just those in protected classes. Furthermore, the APG EEO Office will provide, upon request and annually, the training, tools and oversight necessary to facilitate that success. The result is a better informed, educated and proactive labor force and leadership team better suited and trained to mitigate human capitol issues in the 21st Century before they occur.

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