Skip to Content
Diversity and Leadership

Message from the Director

Mission and Vision

Organization Chart

Key Personnel

Strategic Plans

Program Components

Career Programs
Intern Program | EEO Vacancies

Complaints and Compliance
Case Summaries | Complaint Process | Guidance | Statistics

EEO Awards and Recognition
Best Practices | Disability | Secretary of Army | Special Awards

EEO Modernization

Outreach & Special Emphasis Programs

Program Evaluation
Checklist | Schedule

Reporting Requirements
Reports | Templates

Servicing Agreements

Training and Development
Developmental Opportunities | Mandatory Training

Legal Authorities & Policies

EEO Laws and Legislation

Army Regulations

DoD Directives

Regulatory Agencies

Presidential Executive Orders

EEOC Management Directives

Policy Statements

Restricted Access

EEO Directory

HQDA Statistical Profiles

Army-wide Reports

FAQ'sContact UsSite MapRelated Links
Equal Employment Opportunity/ Civil Rights Office, OASA, M&RA

News & Events
Navigation Aid BreadcrumbsProgram ComponentsCareer Programs

Career Program

CP-28 (Career Program 28 - Equal Employment Opportunity)

EEO Careerists who are GS-11 and above, who wish to obtain training funds for College/University Tuition under the Army's Civilian Training, Education, and Development (ACTEDS) Competitive Professional Development Program should submit their paperwork in accordance with notices from the EEO Agency.

Career Development opportunities are available for EEO Specialists, GS-11 and above. Included are assignments with HQ Army, other Federal Agencies, or private industry. College tuition is also covered. These opportunities can surely help your career advancement, so give this a lot of thought. Careerists who are interested should complete the application forms found in the ACTEDS catalog at

Competitive Development Funds

The EEO Career Program competition is open to careerists at the GS-11 and above grade levels. The following types of assignments are available:

Developmental Assignments: Developmental assignments may consist of two to three months in a career broadening assignment in conjunction with identified career goals of the nominee. The Career Program Manager should assist the applicant in identifying suitable assignments. Assignments may be with another Federal agency, a congressional committee, the EEO Agency, the Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance and Complaints Review Agency (EEOCCRA), or the applicant may request a specific assignment that provides exposure and experience in civil rights and related legislation/issues.

Training-With-Industry (TWI): Applicants may design and submit a program with a company of their choice anywhere in CONUS. The TWI assignment may run two or three months and should offer exposure in the areas of civil rights, workforce diversity, or employee relations.

University Training: Attendance should be to a college/university within the applicant's commuting distance of the work site. Attendance must be in excess of 120 working days and not more than one year. Courses selected must develop the applicant's job competence, support a planned career assignment, or enhance the managerial and leadership skills of careerist. Training requests must be submitted through channels; i.e. immediate supervisor, second level supervisor, and be endorsed by the local and MACOM commanders and directors.

Salary and benefits will not be reimbursed.

Forms required for application submission:

  • CPO Verification Checklist
  • Installation/MACOM/IRA endorsement
  • Army Sponsored Training Applicant Form
  • Functional Review Form
  • ACCES Package
  • DA Form 2302-R
  • Performance Rating (3 most recent)
  • Requiest for Central Resource Support Form
  • DD Form 1556
  • SF 181

Point of Contact is Terry Quander at if you plan to apply for tuition funds or have further questions.

Note: These forms are available in the Catalog of Civilian Training, Education, and Professional Development Opportunities prepared by the Central Program Operations Division and available on line at