DDESS DMEO Contacts

DMEO Program Manager

Phone: 678-364-6655
Blackberry: 404-519-2517
Fax: 770-632-8720

EEO Counselor

Phone: 678-364-8013
Fax: 678-364-6626

Employees and applicants must contact the EEO Office at: 700 Westpark Drive, 3rd Floor, Peachtree City, GA 30269 (phone numbers above), within 45 days of the discriminating act to begin complaint counseling. EEO counselors assigned to process informal complaints are appointed by the EEO Chief. They are not advocates for management or the complainant, but serve as an impartial third party.

Resources

DoDEA Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity (DMEO) Program

EEO Complaint Process

Quick Reference Guide for Managers - Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Allegations

DoD Directive on DMEO

DoDEA EEO Policy

Reasonable Accommodation Policy

DoDEA EEO Regulation 5713.9

EEOC Regulations on Federal Sector EEO, 29 C.F.R. Part 1614

DDESS Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity

The DDESS Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity (DMEO) Program promotes excellence and quality in education by insuring an equal, fair, and diverse workforce environment that is free of any type of harassment.

The DDESS DMEO Program Manager and DMEO Counselor are located at the DDESS Area Service Center to provide Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) technical and professional support, advice, counsel, training, and guidance to the DDESS/DoDDS Cuba workforce. We can provide assistance with any of the DMEO processes or forms:

Our Vision

A barrier-free work environment where qualified applicants and employees have the freedom and opportunity to compete and participate to the fullest extent possible, at all levels within the organization.

Our Mission

Provide Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) technical and professional support, advice, counsel, training, and guidance to the DDESS/DoDDS-Cuba workforce in accordance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended and all applicable EEO regulatory guidelines which safeguard the workplace from discrimination based on sex, race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, and reprisal.

Our Objective

Process all complaints of discrimination in a timely manner, resolve workplace disputes at the lowest possible level, implement Affirmative Employment Initiatives, and identify systemic barriers and discriminatory practices that impede cultivation of a diverse workforce.

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