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Program Evaluation

Overview

Program evaluation is an important tool for reporting information about the status of EEO program administration and management. It is one step in developing the EEO program based on a cycle of planning, implementation and evaluation. In the evaluation cycle, the status of program activities is fed back into planning for the next year’s strategies.

Responsibilities

The Equal Employment Opportunity and Civil Rights Office is a staff office of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs. The Director of Equal Employment Opportunity and Civil Rights provides leadership leadership, coordinates, directs and monitors EEO program evaluation activities and employment programs throughout the Department of the Army.

Authority for Evaluation

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission regulation, Part 29CFR 1614.102 requires agencies to “Establish a system for periodically evaluating the effectiveness of the agency's overall EEO effort.” The Department of Defense Directive 1440.1 requires the EEO staff components to evaluate employment policies, practices, and patterns; the leadership of civilian personnel and EEO officers in eliminating employment barriers and supervisors and managers on their contributions and support of the EEO program. Department of the Army Regulations 690-12 and 690-600 both require evaluation of installation, activity and MACOM EEO programs.

Objectives

EEO on-site program evaluation is oriented toward results including program requirements, and progress made in achieving the Department of the Army EEO vision -- The Model Employer with a Diverse and Effective Workforce Founded upon Equality of Opportunity. The principal objectives of EEO program reviews is to determine the degree of command leadership and support of the EEO program, and to examine overall EEO program development, effectiveness and management.