Federal agency failed to comply with EEOC Order. Complainant, a federal employee of the Department of the Army, filed an EEO alleging the Agency discriminated against him on the basis of race, sex, and age in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. The Agency issued issued a final decision finding no discrimination.  Petitioner appealed to the EEOC which issued a decision in Complainant’s favor. However, the Agency failed to comply with the EEOC’s decision. A petition for enforcement was filed with the EEOC’s Office of Federal Operations (OFO) . On review, the OFO held that not only had the Agency failed to file their report, but also had a pattern of similar failures involving 23 other cases. The EEOC instructed the Agency to comply with its previous decision and provide an analysis of its Fiscal year 2018-2019 reporting on compliance. Additionally, the Agency was ordered to provide and a detailed action plan setting forth how the problems identified in its analysis will be corrected.

Calvin D. v. Dep’t of the Army, EEOC Petition No. 2019004326 (Sept. 30, 2020) https://www.eeoc.gov/sites/default/files/decisions/2020_12_07/2019004326.pdf

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