Federal Reorganization: Congressional Proposal to Merge Education, Labor, and EEOC
DIANE Publishing, Jul 1, 1996 - 132 pages
Analyzes Congress' proposal to merge the current Departments of Education and Labor. The proposal also would merge the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), with the two departments. This merger proposal had two major components: 1. the consolidation, elimination, and reduction of existing management functions and programs from Education, Labor, EEOC and other federal agencies into a new cabinet-level organizational structure and 2. achieving administrative cost savings from this new structure.
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Page 5 - race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or age in hiring, promoting, firing, setting wages, testing, training, apprenticeship, and all other terms and conditions of employment. EEOC conducts investigations of alleged discrimination; makes determinations on the basis of gathered evidence; attempts conciliation when discrimination has taken place;
Page 5 - lawsuits; and conducts voluntary assistance programs for employers, unions, and community organizations. EEOC also has oversight responsibility for all compliance and enforcement activities relating to equal employment opportunity among federal employees and applicants, including discrimination against individuals with disabilities. In fiscal
Page 17 - in appendix VIII. If you or your staffs have any questions concerning this report, please call me on (202) 512-7017. Clarence C. Crawford Associate Director, Education and Employment Issues Contents Letter Appendix I The Proposed Department of Education and Employment Office Profiles
Page 106 - that strategic planning—a disciplined effort to produce fundamental decisions and actions that shape and guide what an organization is, what it does, and why it does it—is an essential first step
Page 130 - Commission voted to rescind all three of the existing policies governing charge investigations: the 'full investigation" policy of December 6, 1983; the "Policy Statement on Remedies and Relief for Individual Cases of Unlawful Discrimination,
Page 1 - B-261054 June 7, 1995 The Honorable William F. Goodling Chairman, Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities House of Representatives The Honorable Steve Gunderson House of Representatives Over the years, the Congress has responded to the public's need
Page 92 - PBGC has been of particular concern to us because of its inadequate pension reserves. 30 However, legislation was passed in December 1994 that PBGC anticipates will significantly reduce underfunding in the plans it insures and thereby improve its financial condition. Creating a single "Pension Plans: Stronger Labor ERISA Enforcement Should Better Protect Plan Participants (GAO/HEHS-94-157,