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EEOC revises procedures for sorting out EEO and HR conflicts
Monday - 2/24/2014, 3:02pm EST
The first major changes to Management Directive 110 (MD-110) since 1999, the revisions address newly revised 29 C.F.R Part 1614 (federal sector EEOC regulations).
The revisions cover three areas:
- Implementation of Revised Regulations - These include new procedures for
agencies to submit requests for pilot projects to process complaints and updates
retaliation language regarding dismissals.
- Conflict of Interest - These revisions address EEO and HR conflicts, as well
as conflicts between an agency's EEO and legal programs.
- General Updates and Clarification - This section brings the remainder of MD-110 in line with current policies, procedures and legal precedents.
Public comments on the MD-110 revisions can be made through April 25 at Regulation.gov.