Equal Employment Opportunity

MCIEAST-MCB CAMLEJ Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Office mission is to administer and ensure Agency compliance with the laws, regulations, policies, and guidance that prohibit discrimination in the Federal workplace based on race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, genetic information, or reprisal.


The EEO Office vision is to achieve a model EEO program by working collaboratively with agency officials, managers/supervisors, employees and other stakeholders to promote and integrate EEO into all personnel management functions, (e.g. recruiting, selecting, hiring, training, developing, promoting, accommodating, reassigning, evaluating, awarding, counseling, mentoring, retaining or disciplining employees) and eliminating barriers to equal opportunity.

Command Policy

Command policy emphasizes "zero tolerance for any kind of unlawful discrimination, harassment or reprisal."  EEO is an integral part of the Command's culture, embraced by the leadership and communicated from the top down to maintain a workplace that is free of harassment and discrimination in any of its management policies, practices, or procedures in support of readiness.

EEO laws and regulations of today are based on principles set forth in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.  Individuals are entitled to an equal opportunity to enjoy benefits of democracy and the protection of its laws. It is incumbent upon all personnel to support the EEO program and to strive to identify, prevent and eliminate policies and practices that impact or prevent individuals from achieving their utmost potential. Everyone has the inherent right to fair treatment, equal employment opportunities and a workplace that is free of unlawful discrimination or harassment (sexual and non-sexual). Applicants of employment and federal employees assigned to MCIEAST-MCB CAMLEJ, subordinate commands and tenant commands have the right of reporting or filing a discrimination complaint under the procedures of EEO.