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Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity Management

Bureau of Engraving and Printing building

Mission Statement: To provide leadership, direction, and guidance on effective execution of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s (BEP) Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) program responsibilities and ensure BEP establishes and maintains a Model DEIA Program.  

Policy Statements

Reasonable Accommodations Policy Statement

Diversity Policy 

Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement 

Alternative Dispute Resolution Policy Statement 

Anti-Harassment Policy Statement 

Sexual Harassment Policy Statement 

Personal Assistant Services Policy Statement

Sexually Offensive/Unauthorized Material on BEP Property 

Responsibility for Timely Cooperating in the EEO Complaint Process 


Affirmative Actions Plans

Affirmative Action Plan FY2017 

Affirmative Action Plan FY2018

Affirmative Action Plan FY2019

Affirmative Action Plan FY2020 



MD 715 Report FY2018

MD 715 Report FY2019

MD 715 Report FY2020 



Anti-Harassment Policy and Procedures 

Personal Assistance Services Procedures 

Procedures for Requesting Reasonable Accommodations 


DEIA Programs

  • Affirmative Employment Program
  • Affirmative Action Program
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Program
  • Anti-Harassment Program (AHP)
  • Complaints Program
  • Diversity & Inclusion Program
  • Personal Assistance Program
  • Reasonable Accommodation Program
  • Special Emphasis Program


Filing an EEO Complaint:

If you are a federal employee or job applicant, the law protects you from discrimination because of your race, color, religion, sex (including sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) and pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability,  genetic information or retaliation from prior protected activity (opposition to employment discrimination, filing a complaint of discrimination, or participation in other protected activity such as being a witness in an EEO complaint, answering questions during an employer investigation of alleged harassment, resisting sexual advances, or requesting accommodation for a disability or for a religious practice).


Filing Deadlines:

You must contact an EEO Counselor and signify intent to enter into the EEO informal complaint process within 45 calendar days from the alleged discriminatory action or when you first became aware of the alleged discriminatory action.  If your complaint is not resolved during the informal process, you will be provided a Notice of Right to File a Formal Complaint.  Your complaint must be filed within 15 calendar days.


Contact information:

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, OEODM is unable to accept in-person, regular mail and fax communications.  Furthermore, in-person intake of complaints and EEO counseling have been suspended.  These services are currently provided by phone and/or email.

If you wish to file an EEO complaint, please contact OEODM via email at OEODM@bep.gov, by phone (202) 874-3460 or TTY: (202) 874-4931