The Office of Civil Rights is the focal point for all civil rights, equal opportunity programs, and affirmative employment functions in the Department of the Interior.
To develop and enforce civil rights and equal opportunity programs pursuant to existing laws, Executive Orders and regulations and to ensure equal opportunity for all Departmental employees and Federally assisted programs by the Department.
The Department's workforce is reflective of the nation at all levels and in all occupations; and the Department is a workplace where the quality of work life is valued and there is an environment open and accepting of individual differences and where all employees are encouraged to maximize their potential and to exhibit a commitment to provide quality service to customers.
Practice the 30 Tips of Dignity and Respect!
Sometimes it's the smallest things that have the biggest impact. By practicing one of the 30 Tips of Dignity & Respect every day, each of us can make the world a better place for all to live-with all of our differences.
Tip 1: "Sweat the small stuff. Its often the small things, such as being kind and courteous, that make a difference."
Latino Heritage Internship Program - August 28, 2015 Report
Urban Archelogy Corps
D&R Collaboration with Diversity and Inclusion Leaders: I Have a Dream
EEOC No Fear Act Quarterly & Five-Year Reports (Complaint Activity Data)
DOI Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Plan, March 2012
2011 Zero Tolerance Memo
DOI's CORE Plus Program Brochure
TTY: 1-800-877-8339 (Federal Relay) www.federalrelay.us/tty
CRD 2014-02 Reasonable Accomodation Policy and Procedures
CRD 2014-02 Reasonable Accommodation Policy and Procedures (appendix)