The Director and Deputy Director of EEO are responsible for:
(a) Advising the Secretary with respect to the preparation of plans, procedures, regulations, reports, and other matters pertaining to the government's equal employment opportunity policy and the Department's EEO/ADR programs;
(b) Developing and maintaining plans, procedures, and regulations necessary to carry out the Department's EEO programs;
(c) Evaluating, at least annually, the sufficiency of each organizational unit's EEO/ADR program and providing reports thereon to the Secretary with recommendations as to any improvement or correction needed, including remedial or disciplinary action with respect to managerial or supervisory employees who have failed in their responsibility;
(d) Appraising the Department's personnel operations at regular intervals to ensure their conformity with the policies of the Government's and the Department's EEO program;
(e) Making changes in programs and procedures designed to eliminate discriminatory practices and improve the Department's EEO/ADR programs;
(f) Selecting EEO Counselors;
(g) Providing for counseling by an EEO Counselor to a current or former employee or applicant for employment who believes that he or she has been discriminated against because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or in retaliation for participation in protected EEO activity; or for opposing a policy or practice illegal under EEO statutes;
(h) Providing for the prompt, fair and impartial processing of individual complaints involving claims of discrimination within the Department subject to 29 CFR part 1614 ;
(i) Making the final decision on discrimination complaints and ordering such corrective measures as may be necessary, including disciplinary action warranted in circumstances where an employee has been found to have engaged in a discriminatory practice.
(j) Executing settlement agreements to resolve EEO complaints;
(k) Making available an ADR Program for EEO matters at both the pre-complaint and formal EEO complaint stages of the EEO administrative process;
(l) Developing and providing annual mandatory EEO and ADR training for EEO Counselors, and all supervisors and managers in conjunction with HUD Training Academy, Office of Human Resources, and the Office of General Counsel, other federal agencies and resources with ADR information and expertise; and
(m) Publicizing to all employees and posting at all times the names, business telephone numbers and addresses of the EEO Counselors, EEO Director, EEO Officers, and Diversity Program Managers, notice of EEO complaint processing time limits and the requirements of contacting an EEO Counselor and completing the counseling phase before filing a complaint.
[66 FR 20564, Apr. 23, 2001, as amended at 69 FR 62173, Oct. 22, 2004]
Title 24 published on 2012-04-01
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