Equal Employment Opportunity Plans
An Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) plan is a comprehensive document that analyzes a recipient's relevant labor market data, as well as the recipient's employment practices, to identify possible barriers to the participation of women and minorities in all levels of a recipient's workforce. Its purpose is to ensure the opportunity for full and equal participation of men and women in the workplace, regardless of race, color, or national origin.
As a recipient of Department of Justice funding, your organization may be required to submit a Certification Report or the Utilization Report portion of your plan to the Office for Civil Rights. If you are unsure of whether your organization is subject to the Civil Rights requirements of the Safe Streets Act, please refer to the FAQ How can I tell if a recipient is subject to the Safe Streets Act?
The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Reporting System will allow you to create your organization’s account, then prepare and submit an EEO Certification Form and if required, create and submit an EEO Utilization Report. You will also be able to access your organization’s saved information in subsequent logins.
- If you have IT or system related problems, such as trouble setting up your password, login issues, or problems navigating the system please refer to the EEO Reporting Tool Job Aid. If you still require assistance, please call the EEOP Service Desk at 202-307-0627 and leave a detailed message, or email EEOPITSupport@usdoj.gov.
- If you have questions please visit the EEOP FAQ page to determine what constitutes an EEO program or other related reporting requirements. If you still require assistance, please call the Office for Civil Rights at 202-616-1771 and leave a detailed message, or email EEOPForms@usdoj.gov.
** Please note that if you are using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to access the EEO Reporting Tool you may experience browser compatibility issues, and unable to view/edit some fields in the reporting system. We suggest that you use Internet Explorer 11 when accessing the EEOP Reporting System.