The Army Reserve Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) office is a centrally located office that services the entire Army Reserve civilian workforce as well as Fort McCoy, Army Support Activity Dix, Camp Parks, and Fort Hunter Liggett.

Services include processing complaints of discrimination, providing both in-person and on-line EEO training, facilitating resolution of EEO related workplace issues, and assisting in the request for reasonable accommodation process through the Disability Program Manager, who is also located in the EEO Office.

The EEO office manages matters regarding discrimination based on National Origin, Race, Religion, Reprisal (Prior Title VII Protected Activity), Disability (Physical & Mental), Age (40 and older), Color, Sex, and Genetic Information. Our customers include Department of the Army Civilian (DACS), Army Reserve Military Technicians (MIL-TECHS) while working in their civilian capacity, former Army Reserve employees, applicants for Army Reserve employment, and contractors under certain circumstances.