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Consulting: Your Technical Team

NIH Office of Human Resources EDI Technical Team

EDI Leader & IC Specialist

Diversity & Inclusion Strategist

Data Analyst

Complaints Specialist

Stephon Scott
Dawn Wayman
Allyson Browne
Kenrick Small


NIH Office of Human Resources EDI Technical Team


Your Organization

No FEAR Act Training
Required within 90 days for new NIH employees and every two years for all employees.

Prevention of Sexual Harrassment Training
Required every two years.

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Resolutions: Filing an EEO Complaint

The EEO counseling and complaint process is available to all NIH employees (current and former), applicants for employment, contractors, Commissioned Corps Officers, and Title 42 employees. Individuals who feel they have been discriminated against because of race, religion, color, national origin, age (40 or older), physical or mental disability, equal pay/compensation, genetic information or sex (including pregnancy, sex stereotyping, gender identity, transgender status and sexual orientation), have access to EEO Counseling. Individuals who feel that they have been retaliated against for opposing employment discrimination, filing a complaint of discrimination, or participating in the EEO complaint process (even if the complaint is not theirs) also have access to EEO Counseling

A note about sexual orientation: Employees should be advised that they may file a complaint under the Part 1614 EEO process or they may utilize any additional complaint procedures provided by HHS where the Department will issue a Final Agency Decision based on the merit of the case. Employees can also utilize the process set forth in the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 by taking their complaint to the Office of Special Counsel or the Merit Systems Protection Board.

You can file online
Download the EEO Complaints Process Poster
Download the EEO Complaints Poster

Policy: No FEAR Act

The Notification and Federal Employee Anti-discrimination and Retaliation (No FEAR) Act of 2002 (Public Law No. 107-174) was passed by both houses of Congress and was signed into law by President Bush on May 15, 2002. This landmark legislation became effective on October 1, 2003.

For more information about this, visit the NIH No FEAR Act page or the AHRQ No FEAR Act page.

For more information about executive orders, regulations, policies and procedures, and statutes visit the Policy section of our website.