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No FEAR Act

Last Updated: April 2024

Section 202(a) of the Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation (No FEAR) Act, Pub L 107-74, Title I, General Provisions, Section 101(1), requires each federal agency to provide written notification of the rights and protections available to federal employees, former federal employees, and applicants for federal employment under federal antidiscrimination and whistleblower laws listed in the No FEAR Act. The Board embraces the No FEAR Act and has robust policies in place to educate our staff and applicants about these policies, and to enforce them at the Board. In keeping with these policies, and as required by the No FEAR Act, the following is the most recent data on Equal Employment Opportunity complaints made by employees and/or applicants for employment:

Number of EEOC Complaints, by Term

Term #
FY24 Q2 0
FY24 Q1 1
FY23 1
FY23 Q4 0
FY23 Q3 0
FY23 Q2 1
FY23 Q1 0
FY22 0
FY22 Q4 0
FY22 Q3 0
FY22 Q2 0
FY22 Q1 0
FY21 0
FY21 Q4 0
FY21 Q3 0
FY21 Q2 0
FY21 Q1 0