Equal Employment Opportunity
The Responsibility. To develop, coordinate, and evaluate all EEO activities; including affirmative action. To advise the installation commander on EEO matters; and to manage the EEO Complaint Process.
The Commitment. To ensure equal opportunity for civilian applicants and employees. To create and nurture a workplace based on respect and equality, where all employees can contribute fully to the accomplishment of the Army mission and reach their highest potential.
The Challenge. To continue to monitor policies, procedures and practices that result in disparate treatment or create an adverse impact. To monitor the Equal Employment Opportunity profile of the workplace, provide a variety of training programs and sponsor special observances.
The Determination. To achieve excellence with a workforce that is as diverse as America.
Affirmative Employment Plan
Fort Lee continues to be part of the Army climate that deals with budget cuts, hiring freezes and authorization decrements. In spite of that, we have been successful in putting the focus on affirmative action in consideration of new hires, promotions and training opportunities. The command continues to focus on increasing the representation of women and minorities at the senior grade levels, and promises that affirmative employment objectives will be an integral part of the command's focus in the upcoming year. Because of the constraints existing in current hiring, Fort Lee commits to the development of the skills and upward mobility of those employees that are serving us so well today.
An analysis of the USACASCOM&FL work force under Professional, Administrative, Technical, Clerical, Other, and Blue Collar (PATCOB), grade grouping and targeted series was conducted using data from the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS). Civilian Labor Force (CLF) data for populous occupations and PATCOB were taken from 1990 census data.