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Objectives

To achieve a civilian work force in which women are employed at all levels, in all occupations and in all segments of the Army commensurate with their representation in the relevant civilian labor force (CLF.

Initiatives

Within the framework of the Army's EEO Program, the Federal Women's Program will endeavor to address employment concerns of all women regardless of race, religion, national origin, or disability.

Each year specific initiatives will be identified/updated for action over the subsequent year.

The following were established for action during FY 2003:

- Encourage the use of career enhancing tools/training programs such as mentoring, shadow assignments, cross training, details, OLE, SBLM, PME, DLAMP, etc.

- Monitor the selection of women for professional development and long-term training assignments.

- Encourage registration in Army’s career programs and RESUMIX.