29 CFR Part 1614: Federal Sector Equal Employment Opportunity

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The EEOC has made some changes to how Federal Employees report discrimination.

The revisions include:

  • Reaffirming the existing statutory requirement that agencies comply with EEOC regulations, Management Directives, and Bulletins;
  • Providing for EEOC notices to non-compliant agencies;
  • Permitting pilot projects for EEO complaint processing;
  • Requiring agencies to issue a notice of rights to complainants when the investigation will not be timely completed;
  • Requiring agencies to submit complaint files and appeals documents to EEOC in digital formats;
  • And making administrative judge decisions on the merits of class complaints final with both parties having the right to appeal to EEOC.

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