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The Geographic Support System Initiative will integrate improved address coverage, spatial feature updates, and enhanced quality assessment and measurement.
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Only matters that you raise in the pre-complaint counseling or issues like or related to those you raise in the pre-complaint counseling may be alleged in any future formal complaint you file. However, you may at any time before the conclusion of the investigation, amend a pending complaint to add claims that are "like or related" to those claims raised in the pending complaint. A separate Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) complaint is not appropriate, however to facilitate an amended complaint, you must submit a letter to the Chief, EEO Office, Bureau of the Census, EEO Office, Room 1229, Federal Office Building (FOB 3), Washington, DC 20233. If you have filed a formal complaint and have been contacted by an EEO Investigator you must write a letter to the Department of Commerce, Office of Civil Rights, HCHB, Room 6010, Washington, DC 20230. After you have requested a hearing, you may file a motion with the Administrative Judge to amend the complaint to include claims that are like or related to those raised in the pending complaint.
If you change your name and/or your address anytime during the processing of your complaint, you must immediately notify your Counselor:
U.S. Census Bureau
CENHQ Room 3K106
4600 Silver Hill Road
Washington, DC 20233
U.S. Department of Commerce
Office of Civil Rights (OCR)
HCHB, Room 6010
Washington, DC 20230
(All time frames set out in this notice are stated in calendar days unless otherwise indicated)
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) regulations governing the processing of complaints of employment discrimination by federal applicants and employees include the following:
When the EEO office has determined that Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is an appropriate option for your dispute, you have a right to be offered ADR. The EEOC’s revised regulations require that agencies establish or make available an ADR program beginning January 1, 2000, in lieu of EEO counseling, early in the EEO informal or pre-complaint stage; or to be offered ADR during the formal complaint stage, if you did not elect it during the informal stage.
You may find the ADR process to be a faster, more productive, and more rewarding process for resolving your dispute. ADR, which is designed to cut the time and cost of traditional administrative and legal procedures, relies on the use of a neutral third party to help disputants find mutually acceptable solutions. Consequently, the dispute resolution rate when using ADR is greatly enhanced.