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EEOC Organizational Structure

From the EEOC Strategic Plan, 2022-2026

EEOC Organizational Structure


The EEOC leadership consists of the Chair, Vice Chair, three Commissioners, and the General Counsel who each have independent authority and do not report to anyone else at the EEOC. The EEOC accomplishes its mission through component offices with varied reporting structures. Most of the Offices report to the Chair, specifically the Executive Secretariat; RESOLVE; the Office for Civil Rights, Diversity, and Inclusion; the Office of Communications and Legislative Affairs; the Office of the Chief Financial Officer; the Office of Information Technology; the Office of Enterprise Data and Analytics; the Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer; the Office of Legal Counsel; the Office of Federal Operations; and the Office of Field Programs. The EEOC’s 53 District, Field, Area, and Local Offices report to the Office of Field Programs. The Office of General Counsel reports to the General Counsel and the Field Office Legal Divisions report to the Office of General Counsel; however, the Chair retains operational authority over those offices. Lastly, the Office of Inspector General is independent and does not report to any other office.

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