29 CFR 37.25 - What are the responsibilities of an Equal Opportunity Officer?

§ 37.25 What are the responsibilities of an Equal Opportunity Officer?
An Equal Opportunity Officer is responsible for coordinating a recipient's obligations under this part. Those responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
(a) Serving as the recipient's liaison with CRC;
(b) Monitoring and investigating the recipient's activities, and the activities of the entities that receive WIA Title I funds from the recipient, to make sure that the recipient and its subrecipients are not violating their nondiscrimination and equal opportunity obligations under WIA Title I and this part;
(c) Reviewing the recipient's written policies to make sure that those policies are nondiscriminatory;
(d) Developing and publishing the recipient's procedures for processing discrimination complaints under §§ 37.76 through 37.79, and making sure that those procedures are followed;
(e) Reporting directly to the appropriate official (including, but not limited to, the State WIA Director, Governor's WIA Liaison, Job Corps Center Director, SESA Administrator, or LWIA grant recipient) about equal opportunity matters;
(f) Undergoing training (at the recipient's expense) to maintain competency, if the Director requires him or her, and/or his or her staff, to do so; and
(g) If applicable, overseeing the development and implementation of the recipient's Methods of Administration under § 37.54.

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Executive Order ... 13279