This is a follow-up to our posts on the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights’s examination of sexual harassment in the federal government. The Commission specifically examined agency-level practices to address sexual harassment at the U.S. Department of State and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
- USCCR will accept public comments by an anonymous author in #sexualharassment inquiry;
- USCCR extends comment period for sexual harassment inquiry to Monday, June 25th;
- U.S. Civil Rights Commission Examines Sexual Harassment in Federal Govt (State, NASA) #FedMeToo
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (USCCR) says that the testimony from their May 2019 briefing and public comments “will inform” their 2020 report “to Congress, the President, and the American people regarding the federal government’s response to sexual harassment in the federal workplace.”
USCCR has now made available the public comments sent to the Commission.
Note that S/OCR is one of those offices that report directly to the Secretary of State,
Also, left on its own, we don’t think the State Department would willingly release the victims of harassment, discrimination or assaults from the Non Disclosure Agreements signed. It is left to the U.S. Congress to mandate such a release, as well as require the Department to make public the cost of these taxpayer funded-settlements each fiscal year.
Individual 2: FSO-01 with 17 years in the Foreign Service and six years of active duty in the U.S. Military
Individual 5: FSO for Locally Employed Staff
FSO, assault survivor
Senior Litigator at the Justice Department, stalked by supervisor for over a year
- @StateDept to Hold “Harassment in the Workplace” Session But First, Read This FSI Sexual Harassment Case
- @StateDept Diplomat: Why would any woman in her right mind choose to report harassment? See me? #MeToo
- Burn Bag: A DCM Gets Kicked Out For Sexual Harassment
- Who’s a Slacker in Policing Sexual Misconduct in Federal Agencies? Take a Guess
- Inbox: Female Contractor at DS Training Center Fired 3 Hours After Filing Harassment Complaint
- Diplomatic Security’s Basic Special Agent (BSAC) Training: Sexual Harassment Alert!
- PDAS Miller Issues Sexual Harassment Message to Diplomatic Security Employees, What’s Missing?
- Inbox: Female Diplomatic Security Agent Pens a Note on Sexual Harassment and Career Suicide
- Another Concerned DS Agent Pens Response to Diplomatic Security’s Broadcast Message on Sexual Harassment
- A Joke That Wasn’t, and a State Department Dialogue That Is Long Overdue
- State Dept Security Officer Alleged Sexual Misconduct: Spans 10 Years, 7 Posts.
- Senators Seek Review/Analysis of @StateDept and @USAID Sexual Harassment and Assault Data
- After Congressional Queries, @StateDept to Mandate Sexual Harassment Training