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II. Profiles for Selected Federal Agencies

What follows are individual profiles of federal agencies with a total work force of 500 or more employees. These profiles of selected indicators were created with data from the Civilian Personnel Data File (CPDF), which is maintained by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) or for agencies that do not submit data to the CPDF, from data submitted in their annual Management Directive 715 (MD-715) reports.

Each agency's profile highlights the participation by race, national origin, gender, and disability status of employees in the work force as a whole, as well as in the agency's major occupations, supervisor and manager ranks, Senior Pay Level, career Senior Executive Service (SES) and the "feeder grades" (GS-14 and GS-15) to the SES.

The profiles include participation rates by race, national origin, gender and Individuals with Targeted Disabilities for persons who serve as supervisors and managers.[1] Additionally, the profiles include data on the participation rates for career SES positions. Since those supervisors and managers comprising an agency's First-Level Officials and Managers may constitute a large portion of an agency's available pool of candidates for higher level managerial positions, a comparison of the data on the participation rates of persons as they progress through the managerial ranks and into the career SES ranks can serve as a diagnostic tool to help agencies uncover and effectively address impediments to fair and open competition in the federal workplace and allow individuals equal opportunity for advancement.

In general, the data for the profiled agencies indicate that a comparison of the participation rates of women, Hispanics or Latinos, Blacks or African Americans, Asians, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islanders and American Indians/Alaska Natives will show a decline from the First-Level positions to the Mid-Level positions and another decline from the Mid-Level positions to the Senior-Level positions.

This year's profile narratives also focus on agencies' participation rates of individuals with targeted disabilities calculated using the number of employees with reportable disabilities and the participation rates of Women in permanent management official positions. Although the EEOC reviews and analyzes the data submitted, each agency remains ultimately responsible for the accuracy of its own data submitted to both EEOC and OPM.


[1] Employees classified as supervisors and managers who are at the GS-12 level or below are identified as First-Level Officials and Managers; those at the GS-13 or GS-14 level are identified as Mid-Level Officials and Managers; and those at the GS-15 or in the Senior Executive Service are identified as Senior-Level Officials and Managers.

List of Agencies Included in the Agency Profile Section

In addition to the government-wide profile, the following agencies have profiles listed alphabetically in this part:

Government-Wide
Agency for International Development
Agriculture, Department of
Air Force, Department of the
Army, Department of the
Army and Air Force Exchange Service
Broadcasting Board of Governors
Commerce, Department of
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Corporation for National Service
Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency
Defense Commissary Agency
Defense Contract Audit Agency
Defense Contract Management Agency
Defense Education Activity, Department of
Defense Finance and Accounting Service
Defense Human Resources Activity
Defense Information Systems Agency
Defense Inspector General, Office of the
Defense Logistics Agency
Defense Media Activity
Defense Missile Defense Agency
Office of the Secretary/Wash. Hqtrs. Services Office
Defense Security Service
Defense Threat Reduction Agency
Defense TRICARE Management Activity
Education, Department of
Energy, Department of
Environmental Protection Agency
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Federal Communications Commission
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Federal Trade Commission
General Services Administration
Government Printing Office
Health and Human Services, Department of
Homeland Security, Department of
Housing and Urban Development, Department of
Interior, Department of the
Justice, Department of
Labor, Department of
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Archives and Records Administration
National Credit Union Administration
National Gallery of Art
National Labor Relations Board
National Science Foundation
Navy, Department of the
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Office of Personnel Management
Peace Corps
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
Railroad Retirement Board
Securities and Exchange Commission
Small Business Administration
Smithsonian Institution
Social Security Administration
State, Department of
Tennessee Valley Authority
Transportation, Department of
Treasury, Department of
U.S. Postal Service
Veterans’ Affairs, Department of