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EEOC Initiatives

  • Artificial Intelligence and Algorithmic Fairness Initiative

    This initiative will ensure that the use of software, including artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and other emerging technologies used in hiring and other employment decisions comply with the federal civil rights laws that the EEOC enforces.

  • HIRE

    The EEOC and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs are joining together to reimagine hiring and recruitment practices in ways that advance equal employment opportunity and help provide access to good jobs for workers.


    The REACH initiative is focused on enhancing the agency’s outreach to vulnerable workers and underserved communities. By making the Commission more accessible to those historically underserved, the Initiative advances fair and inclusive workplaces with equal opportunity for all.

  • Youth@Work

    The Youth@Work initiative is a national education and outreach campaign to promote equal employment opportunity for America's next generation of workers.

  • E-RACE 

    The E-RACE Initiative is designed to improve EEOC's efforts to ensure workplaces are free of race and color discrimination. Specifically, the EEOC will identify issues, criteria and barriers that contribute to race and color discrimination, explore strategies to improve the administrative processing and the litigation of race and color discrimination claims, and enhance public awareness of race and color discrimination in employment 
  • LEAD 

    LEAD (Leadership for the Employment of Americans with Disabilities) is the EEOC's initiative to address the declining number of employees with targeted disabilities in the federal workforce. The goal for this initiative is to significantly increase the population of individuals with severe disabilities employed by the federal government.
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