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EEO's Mission

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Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Program Mission

  • Providing guidance and assistance in the development of a diverse MEDCOM workforce that includes representation of women and minority groups, e.g. monitor workforce profile, identify applicant pools and resources, conduct timely staff assistance visits (SAV);
  • Assisting MEDCOM commanders, managers, and supervisors in assuring a workforce environment free of any unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, or reprisal for engaging in EEO protected activity for all MEDCOM personnel, e.g. reduce EEO complaint processing time, train managers and employees; and
  • Identifying and helping to eliminate barriers to the employment of qualified individuals with disabilities or accessibility to entitled services or programs at MEDCOM facilities, e.g. ensure access to services or programs, monitor IT accessibility.

These activities are aligned with the Army Medicine Balanced Scorecard, Objective 17.0, Improve Recruiting and Retention of Army Medical Department Personnel.