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Military Health System

DHA Equal Opportunity and Diversity Management (EODM)

The DHA EODM Office is responsible for the overall management of the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Program.

  • DHA is committed to providing equal opportunity for all employees, former employees, and applicants for employment on the basis of merit and without regard of race, color, national origin, sex (to include sexual orientation or pregnancy discrimination), religion, age, retaliation, genetic information, or physical and/or mental disability.
  • Within the agency, every effort will be made to ensure that all employment decisions and personnel actions, including recruitment, selection, training, promotion, transfer, and benefits are administered in conformance with federal statutes and regulations governing equal employment and personnel management.

Who May File a Complaint?

Any employee or applicant of the DHA who feels that he/she has been discriminated against may file an EEO complaint. The alleged discrimination must be on the basis of race, color, sex ( to include sexual harassment, pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity), disability, age (40 or older), reprisal, national origin, religion, or genetic information. Additional Information: Right to File an EEO Complaint.

Where should I File my Complaint?

Any DHA employee, former employee, or applicant for employment requiring more information regarding the EEO complaint process or would like to file an EEO complaint with DHA can contact the Equal Opportunity and Diversity Management (EODM) Office at dha.ncr.eeo.mbx.eodm@health.milEmail us for more information or to file a complaint.

Personal Assistance Services (PAS)

The Defense Health Agency continuously strives to meet its PAS obligations by developing policies, practices, and procedures that ensure the provision of PAS be provided to DHA employees and applicants who are seeking and being considered for employment. PAS are defined as "assistance with performing activities of daily living that an individual would typically perform if he or she did not have a disability, and that is not otherwise required as a reasonable accommodation.

Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, requires the provision of PAS to certain employees with targeted disabilities who request and require non-medical and non-work task personal assistance, unless doing so would impose an undue hardship on the agency. More information on PAS can be found at DHA AI 1020-01, Reasonable Accommodations (RA) or contact DHA Disability Program Manager at dha.ncr.eeo.mbx.dpm@health.milEmail the DHA Disability Program Manager.

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Last Updated: November 30, 2022
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