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Employment Discrimination_Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005

Administered by:

US Federal Government Agency (see all agencies)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
CFDA #: 30.001

Program accomplishments...

In fiscal year 2002, received 50,425 charges to process and resolved 56,392 which monetarily benefited 7,995 persons in the sum of $141,655,446. In fiscal year 2002 for all statutes which EEOC has legislative responsibility to enforce, EEOC filed 364 suits and resolved 361 suits by consent decree, settlement or judgment, with a benefit sum of $52,845,499 in monetary relief which benefited more than 929 victims of employment discrimination. The filed and resolved suits included direct, intervention, administrative settlement enforcement and preliminary relief. In fiscal year 2002, filed 92 appellate briefs ,including 43 as amicus curiae filed in the courts of appeal and Supreme Court. In fiscal year 2002, EEOC filed 260 lawsuits on the merits raising Title VII issues either as a sole statute or concurrent with other statutes and resolved 253 merit suits by consent decree, settlement agreement or judgment, with a direct monetary benefit of $39,247,791. Projected data are unavailable for fiscal years 2003 and 2004. (Litigation and systemic data are for programs 30.001, 30.008, 30.010 and 30.011 combined.)