Deadlines and process...
Individuals with complaints or desiring to bring their own suit under the Act must file a charge of discrimination alleging discrimination with the EEOC within 180 days of the alleged unlawful practice (or within 300 days if there is a State or local agency with its own discrimination law and authority to grant relief.) When EEOC completes its investigation without obtaining relief for persons covered by a charge, covered persons will be given written notice of their right to sue. Persons can also request a notice of right to sue before EEOC finishes its investigation after the charge has been on file 180 days. (When a right to sue is issued on request, EEOC usually stops investigating). Suit must be brought within 90 days of receipt of the notice of right to sue.
When available, this section indicates the deadlines for applications to the funding agency which will
be stated in terms of the date(s) or between what dates the application should be received.
When not available, applicants should contact the funding agency for deadline information.
Range of Approval/Disapproval Time
None. This program is excluded from coverage under E.O. 12372.
This section indicates whether any prior coordination or approval is required with governmental or nongovernmental units
prior to the submission of a formal application to the federal funding agency.
In some cases, there are no provisions for appeal. Where applicable, this section discusses appeal procedures or allowable rework time for resubmission
of applications to be processed by the funding agency. Appeal procedures vary with individual programs and are either listed in this section or
applicants are referred to appeal procedures documented in the relevant Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).
In some instances, renewal procedures may be the same as for the application procedure, e.g., for projects of a non-continuing nature renewals will be treated as new, competing applications; for projects of an ongoing nature, renewals may be given annually.