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EEOC Issues FY 2019 Financial Report


Major accomplishments include reduced charge inventory and expanded stakeholder services

EEOC published its annual FY 2019 Financial Report and the following accomplishments were outlined:

  • Reduced the federal sector appellate inventory by 17.4%; private sector charge workload by 12.1% and pending inventory of federal sector hearings by 5%;
  • Secured more than $486 million for victims of discrimination; including $346.6 million in monetary relief for employees and applicants in the private sector and state and local government workplaces and $39.1 million in monetary relief through litigation;
  • Secured $100.6 million in monetary relief for federal employees and applicants;
  • Resolved 173 merits lawsuits and achieved favorable results in approximately 95% of all district court resolutions, which was an increase of 32 resolutions over FY 2018;
  • Filed 144 lawsuits, including 100 suits on behalf of individuals, 27 non-systemic suits with multiple victims, and 17 systemic suits involving multiple victims or discriminatory practices;
  • Held educational, training and outreach efforts reaching 295,600 people; and
  • Enhanced its online capabilities for the public and made internal operational improvements; increased inquiries by 11%.
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