Through the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Program, the Mint reflects the rich diversity of the nation and provides a full and fair opportunity for all employees, applicants and customers, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, parental status, or genetic information.
The EEO Program is administered by the Diversity Management and Civil Rights (DMCR) Office, located under the chief administrative officer in the Office of the Director. The DMCR Office is responsible for providing guidance to all Mint employees on the implementation of new initiatives as well as enforcing the statutory regulations that govern Title VI and Title VII. Responsibilities include EEO counseling and discrimination complaint processing, and prevention of sexual harassment.
EEO Complaints Program
- Filing a Complaint of Discrimination
- Process Flowchart
- No FEAR Act Data
- EEO Directory
- Mint EEO Complaint Forms
- Counseling Intake Form
- Extension with Mediation Request Form
- Extension without Mediation Request Form
- Individual Complaint of Employment Discrimination
- Class Complaint of Employment Discrimination
- Withdrawal Statement Form
- Notice Right to File Formal Form
- Informal Report of Counseling Form
- Counselor Designation of Representative Form
- Notice of Rights and Responsibilities
Alternative Dispute Resolution
- ADR During the EEO Process
- Agreement to Extend Counseling with Mediation
- Agreement to Extend Counseling without Mediation
- ADR Brochure
Policy Statements and Guidelines Issued by the Mint and/or the U.S. Department of Treasury
- United States Mint – EEO Anti-Harassment and Diversity Policy Statement – FY 2020
- U.S. Department of the Treasury – EEO Policy Statement – FY 2018
- 2017 Affirmative Action Plan
- Personal Assistance Services Policy and Procedures
- U.S. Department of the Treasury Procedures for Allegations of Discriminatory Harassment
- Prevention of Sexual Harassment – MD 3003.03
- Workplace Harassment Brochure
Special Emphasis Programs (SEPs)
Special Emphasis Programs (SEPs) are affirmative action programs established to increase the representation, retention, and advancement of minorities, women, persons with disabilities and disabled veterans in under-represented occupations and grades. The Mint has six SEPs designed to assist the organization in meeting its affirmative action responsibilities and to address the unique concerns of these respective groups.
The United States Mint is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to employees and applicants for employment in order to assure that qualified individuals with disabilities enjoy full access to equal employment opportunity. Read Overview of Reasonable Accommodations for more information.
- U.S. Mint Reasonable Accommodations Directive
- Reasonable Accommodations Flowchart
- Reasonable Accommodation Request Form A
- Reasonable Accommodation Request Form B
- Disability.gov contains resources, tools, and information about recruiting, hiring, retaining, and accommodating individuals with disabilities, as well as Executive Order 13548 – Increasing Federal Employment of Individuals with Disabilities.
- Special Federal Hiring Authority for Individuals with Disabilities: Watch a video explaining how individuals with disabilities who apply for Federal jobs can use the Schedule A special hiring authority.
Washington, D.C. – Headquarters
Diversity Management and Civil Rights Office
801 9th Street N.W.
Washington, DC 20220
Main Number: 202-354-7260
151 N. Independence Mall East
Philadelphia, PA 19106
West Point Mint
P.O. Box 37
West Point, NY 10996
320 West Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80204
San Francisco Mint
155 Hermann St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
Fort Knox Mint
Please contact Headquarters