The National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, is responsible for the administration, compliance, and enforcement of the nondiscrimination laws and regulations that covers employees and applicants for employment. The laws and regulations are as follows:
Individuals may file a complaint with the NEA if you believe that he/she has been discriminated against based on race, color, national origin, disability or age by an organization that received NEA funding. Individuals may contact the Civil Rights Office and request our “Complaint Package" or download the package.
Guidance for Implementation for Federal sector equal employment opportunity programs are found in the following documents issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission:
Federal Agencies are required to make available, in writing, to their employees and applicants for employment procedures for reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. Please click here for a copy of the Endowment's procedures.
Federal Agencies are required to post notices on “How To File a Discrimination Complaint.” The NEA’s notice are prominently posted by relevant elevator locations.
Federal Agencies are required to issue an annual EEO Policy Statement. The NEA EEO Policy Statement is posted on the Agency’s EEO website.