U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
     RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC
       AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN
                 FOR
        MINORITIES AND WOMEN
                FY 1984
       ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
                FY 1985
             PLAN UPDATE

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      FY 8 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT OF AFFIRMATIVE
             ACTION FOR MINORITIES AND WOMEN
                                                    REPORT BY:    150R85003
                                                      XX      P/RUNIT
                                                    	COMMAND
                                                                       IISF.PA
                                                             .COMPONENT
                                                             -AGENCY
Agency, Command
Component or P/R Unit
Responsible Agency
Official:
       U.  S. Environmental Protection  Agency
                          Willis E.  Greenstreet,  Chairman, EPA-RTF Management  Council
                                                    (Name and title)
                          Office of  Administration and Resources  Management  (MD-20)
                                                    (Address)
                          Research Triangle Park,  North Carolina   27711
                           FTS:   629-2258	
                                          (Telephone number • commercial or FTS)
      (Signature of the responsible official)
Number of Planning/Reporting Units (reports are   X  are not
                                                   (Date)
                                      attached):
                                           one
Number of Commands/Components (aggregate reports attached, if appropriate):
SELECTED AGENCY FY 8  STATISTICS:
                                      .***
Number of employees at beginning of report year    843
Number of employees at end of report year
                               SES/
                      GS  /GM  G5/GM-16-18    WG   CC*
                                  10	2
                                      81
                         876
                     11
                        71
Number of employees separated from the agency
     due to RIF's:   None
     Wh M:.
     Wh F:.
Bl M:
Bl F:
HI M:
Hi F:
AA/PI M:
A A/PI F:
Number of vacancies that had been originally projected:

     P   53   A   .9    7   6    c   I?    0  0
                                     Total
All AN M:
Alt AN F:
                                              80
           * Public  Health Service  Commissioned Officers assigned  to EPA,  10
             are  assigned to  the Montgomery,  AL,  facility
        *** Twenty-eight of these employees are  assigned to  the Montgomery,  Al,  facility,
NAME OF PERSON WHO PREPARED REPORT
           Dianne W.  Laws
                                                   TELEPHONE NUMBER
                                                      629-4249
EEOC FORM  504
      AUG S3

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Name of Reporting
Agency, Command
Component or P/R Unit
                      FY 198_4	ACCGMPLISHMENT REPORT OF AFFIRMATIVE
                                ACTION FOR MINORITIES AND WOMEN
                              U.  S.  Environmental Protection Agency
                              Research Triangle Park,  North Carolina
                                                                      27711
Responsible Officials:
Vfillia g. Greenstreet, Director
Office of Administration and
Resources Management  (MD-20)
    Chairman,EPA-RTP
  Management Council
                                      Da

Thomas flauser, Senior ORD Official 7Date
DirectorJ Environmental
Monitoring Systems Laboratory
      (MD-75)
         1/WUA
      Pripciotta, Director
Air and Energy Engineering
Research laboratory (MD-60)
Lester D. Grant, Director
Environmental Criteria and
Assessment Office  (MD-52)
                                   I DATE
                                                  Gerald Emison,  Director
                                                  Office of Air Quality
                                                  Planning and Standards
                                                       (MD-10)
                                                                                Date
                                                  Gordon Hue€er, Director
                                                  Health Effects Research
                                                  laboratory  (MD-51)
                                                                                Oate
                                                  Alfred Ellison, Director
                                                  Atmospheric Sciences
                                                  Research Laboratory (MD-59)
                                                                                Date
                                                 Charles Porter,  Director
                                                 Eastern Environmental
                                                 Radiation Facility
                                                 Montgomery,  Alabama 36193
                                                                                DATE /

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                              INTRODUCTION


     The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park,
North Carolina, has been designated by the Office of Civil Rights, EPA,
Headquarters, as a Planning and Reporting Unit for Affirmative Action.
The Unit consists of three major Programs at RTP...the Office of Admini-
stration and Resources Management; Office of Air Quality Planning and
Standards; Office of Research and Development  (Atmospheric Sciences
Research Laboratory, Environmental Criteria and Assessment Office, Air
and Energy Engineering Research Laboratory, Environmental Monitoring
Systems Laboratory, Health Effects Research Laboratory); and the Eastern
Environmental Radiation Facility, Montgomery, Alabama.

     The nature of the organizational structure and the independence
exercised in carrying out responsibilities require that each laboratory
and program office director be designated Responsible Agency Officials.
The name and title of the individual shown on EEOC Forms 504 and 511 are
provided as a point of contact for communications concerning the EEO/Affirmative
Action Program.

     This Affirmative Action Accomplishment Report and Annual Update of
Affirmative Action for Minorities and Women has been prepared as a
composite plan to include each component within the Planning and Reporting
Unit.

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        UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
                      Washington, D.C. 20460

                           DEC  I  I  i954
                                                        OFFICE OF
                                                       CIVIL RIGHTS
MEMORANDUM

SUBJECT:  Designation of Responsible Agency Officials for
          Affirmative Action Plans (AAP) for Laboratories

                                        kS   I/
FROM:     Nathaniel Scurry, Director   /W? /fYjUJIA^
          Office of Civil Rights (A-105')   U^^   X

TO:       Laboratory/Program Directors

     The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's  (EEOC) Manage-
ment Directive, MD-707A requires the signature of the Responsible
Agency Official(s) on Affirmative Action Accomplishment Reports and
Annual Updates of Affirmative Action for Minorities and Women.

     Because of the nature of EPA's Headquarters and Field organi-"
zational structures, compliance with the EEOC's directive requires
a three tier approval process.  At Headquarters, the Administrator
is required to sign the Accomplishment Report and Update.  In the
regions, the Regional Administrators have been designated signature
responsibility.  For each of the major  laboratories (i.e., RTP,
Cincinnati, and Las Vegas), I am designating each laboratory and
program office director as Responsible Agency Officials.  This
designation is consistent with my understanding of the independe
each component of the laboratories exercises in carrying out its
assigned responsibilities.

     To assist you in meeting our requirement to submit our plan
and report to EEOC, I am directing my Area EEO Officers to prepare
the plans/reports and submit them to you for signature prior to
forwarding to the EEOC for approval.

     I appreciate your cooperation and will be available to answer
any questions you might have regarding the memo and our Affirmative
Action program.

cc:  Deputy Administrator
     Assistant Administrators: OARM, OAR, OW, ORD, OECM
     Area EEO Officers:
       Cincinnati
       Las Vegas
       Research Triangle Park
ence

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                                 SUMMARY

              FY 1984 Accomplishment Report of Affirmative
                     Action for Minorities and Vfcmen
     Budgetary constraints and personnel overceilings continued to exist
in the third year of inplementation of the Multiyear Affirmative Action
Plan.  These uncontrollable factors impeded goal attainment somewhat,
but to a lesser degree than past program years.  Some progress was made
in increasing both minority and female representation in the professional
and administrative occupational categories.  Additional affirmative action
initiatives undertaken by EPA-KTP were:

     - An Upward Mobility position, Budget Analyst, was created at the
       GS-5 level, target GS-7, potential GS-9.  This position was filled
       through the use of the Agency's Merit Promotion Procedures.  A
       nonminority female was selected and has reached the target level.

     - Despite budgetary constraints and the inability of some EPA-RTP
       components to fill positions on a permanent basis, nine position
       were filled through the use of term and temporary appointments in
       the professional category.  Six of these positions were filled by
       women and minorities  ( 2 black females, 3 white females, and 1 Asian
       male).  Five of these positions were filled at the mid to senior
       grade levels.

     - Internal Movement;  two white females acceded in their career
       paths from mid to senior grade levels in the administrative
       occupational category, two white females acceded from the mid
       to senior grade levels in the professional occupational category,
       and two females ( 1 black and 1 white) acceded from the entry
       to mid grade level in the professional category.

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                     SUMMARY SHEET

FY 8 *- FY 8« CHANGE IN WORK FORCE EEO PROFILE BY PATCO
    Research Triangle Park, NC/riont gamer y,  AL
REPORT BY:

   X
         P/R UNIT
         COMMAND
         COMPONENT
         AGENCY
CATEGORIES
PROFESSIONAL
ADMINISTRATIVE
TECHNICAL
CLERICAL
OTHER

TOTAL
» •
YEARS/
% CHANGE
198 3 %
*
198 4 %
% CHANGE
1983 %
0
198 4 %
t. CHANGE
1983 %
tt
196 4 7.
a
% CHANGE
»
198 3 %
*
1984 %
t. CHANGE
a
1983 %
.. »
«984 %
% CHANGE
0
19&3 %
«
198^ %
% CHANGE
, TOTAL
ALL
420
441

161
165

115
117

149
152




845
875

FEMALE
54
12.8
64
14.5
1.7
52
32.3
52
31.5
( -8)
57
49.6
58
49.6
0
140
93.9
142
93.4




303
35.8
316
36.1
.3
WHITE
MALE
344
81.9
355
80.5
(1.4)
98
60.9
102
61.8
(1.1)
52
45.2
• 41
35.0
(10.2)
3
. 2.0
3
1.9




497
58.8
512
58.5
(.3)
FEMALE
49
11.7
58
13.1
1.4
46
28.6
46
27.9
(.7)
44
38.3
45
38.5
.2
123
82.5
126
82.9




262
31.0
275
31.4
.4
«
BLACK
MALE
13
3.1
13
2.9
(.2)
8
4.9
8
4.8
(.1)
5
4.3
6
5.1
.8
6
4.0
6
3.9
-



32
3.8
- 33
3.8
0
•
FEMALE
5
1.2
5
1.1
v.l)
4
2.5
4
2.4
(.1)
13
11.3
12
10.3
(1.0)
17
11.4
16
10.5




39
4.6
37
4.2
(.4)
HISPANIC
MALE
4
.9
4
.9
0
1
.6
1
.6
0
1
.9
1
.8
(.1)






6
.7
6
.7
0
FEMALE


















ASIAN AMERICAN/
PACIFIC ISLANDER
MALE
5
1.2
5
1.1
(.1)







1
.7




5
.6
6
.7
.1
FEMALE

1
.3
.3
1
.6
1
.6
0

1
.8
.8






1
.1
3
.3
.2
AMERICAN INDIAN/
ALASKAN NATIVE
MALE



2
1.2
2
1.2
0









2
.2
2
.2
0
FEMALE



1
.6
1
.6
0









1
.1
1
.1
. o

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                        FY 8 3- FY 84CHANGE IN WORK FORCE EEO PROFILE BY
                      OCCUPATIONAL SERIES WITH 100 OR MORE - P./R UNITS ONLY
                        Research Triangle Park,  NC/Montgoniery, AL
Only agencies so small that they have one and only one P/R Vnit should complete this form.
REPORT BY:
        XXX
       USEPA
P/R UNIT
AGENCY*
SERIES
NAME
CATEGORY
05 0819
\Nam<> Env. jlng.
(Category) P
GS
(Nmmtf)
(Category)
GS
iName)
( Category)
GS
(Name)
(Category)
|GS
(Namt) • I
(Cat, guy)
GS
{'Name) (
(Category)
YEARS/
%
CHANGE
198 3 I
a
1984 1,
% CHANGE
8
198 %
a
198 7.
% CHANGE
tt
1 98, %
a
198 %
% CHANGE
»
198 %
B
198 . %
% CHANGE
»
198 %
0
198 %
% CHANGE
tt
198 %
»
198 %
% CHANGE
EEDC. foKtn 505^
TOTAU
ALL
90
102
















FEMALE
6
6.7
10
9.8
3.1















WHITE
MALE
83
92.2
91
89.2
(3.0)















FEMALE
6
6.7
10
9.8
3.1















BLACK
MALE


















FEMALE


















HISPANIC
MALE
1
1 .1
1
1.0
(.1)















FEMALE







"•I










ASIAN AMERICAN/
PACIFIC ISLANDER
MALE













•
•
.



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AMERICAN INDIAN/
ALASKAN NATIVE
MALE

















.1
FEMALE

















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FY 83 • FY 8 4 CHANGE IN WORK FORCE EEO PROFILE 0Y PAY LEVEL
     Research Triangle Park,  NC/Montogoinery, AL
REPORT BY i
	^    P/R UNIT
«._____^ COMMAND
       _COMPONENT
  EPA   AGENCY
PAY LEVEL.
as i «4
•«•-•
•sa-ia
•«/«M » . 11
SENIOR
BUCECUTIVB
SERVICE
UBVEUS
{INCLUDE OS/CM
1C. It)
TOTAL
YEARS/
%
CHANGE
1M3 %
1M4 1
% CHANGE
t
,-3 *
'-" i
* CHANGE
tM3 %
i»4 '
% CHANGE
«
1MB %
1
i**4 %
% CHANGE
1M3 '
"«4 %
% CHANGE
1M? 1
I*4 It
% CHANGE
TOTAU
ALL
14
17

216
231

288
294

317
333

10
11

855
886

FEMALE
9
64.3
11
64.7
.4
195
90.3
197
85.3
(5.0)
80
27.8
86
29.2
1.4
19
6.0 .
22
6.6
.6



303
35.4
316
35.7
.3
WHITE
MALE
2
14.3
2
11.8
(2.5)
20
9.3
22
9.5
.2
188
65.3
188
63.9
(1.4)
287
90.5
300
90.1
(.4)
10
100.0
11
100.0
0
507
59.3
512
57.8
(1.5)
FEMALE
6
42.8
8
47.1
4.2
167
.77.3
170
73.6
(3.7)
70
24.3
75
25.5
1.2
19
6.0
22
6.6
.6



262
30.6
275
31.0
.4
BLACK
MALE
3
21.4
3
17.6
(3.8)
11
5.1
12
5.2
.2
15
5.2
15
5.1
(.1)
3
.9
3
.9
0



32
3.7
33
3.7
0
FEMALE
3
21.4
3
17.6
(3.8)
28
12.9
26
11.3
(1.6)
8
2.8
8
2.7
(.1)






39
4.6
3/
4.2
(.4)
HISPANIC
MALE






3
1.0
3
1.0
0
3
.9
3
.9
0



6
.7
6
.7
0
FEMALE


















ASIAN AMERICAN/
PACIFIC ISLANDER
MALE

1
5.9
5.9



1
.3
1
.3
0
4
1.3
4
1.2
(.1)



5
.6
6
.6
0
FEMALE




1
.4
.4
1
.3
2
.6
.3






1
.1
3
.1
0
AMERICAN INDIAN/
ALASKAN NATIVE
MALE






1
.3
1
.3
0
1
.3
1
.3
0



2
.2
2
.2
0
FEMALE






1
.3
1
.3
0






1
.1
1
.1
. 0 .

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FY 8 3 - FY 8 CHANGE IN WORK FORCE EEO PROFILE BY PAY LEVEL
      U.  S. Environmental Protection Agency
      Research Trianqle Park,  North Carolina
REPORT BY:

  XXX   P/RUNIT
        COMMAND
       ~ COMPONENT
        AGENCY
*
PAY LEVEL
WO/WO 1-4
WD/WO S • •
WO/ WO 10
1
!
WO/WO 11 - It
WO/WO 1»- IS
TOTAL,
YEARS/
%
CHANCE
t
1M 3 %
t
198 4 %
X CHANCE
i
i»a 3 %
1
198 4 %
% CHANCE
1
198 %
1
i»a ' %
* CHANCE
1
198 %
1
iaa %
% CHANGE
1
.98 „,
I
198 %
* CHANCE
f
198 3 %
1
198 4 %
% CHANGE
TOTAU
ALL
1
1

1
1










2
2

FEMALE
1
100. 00
1
100. 00
-0-












1
50.00
1
50. 00
-0-
WHITE
MALE


















FEMALE
1
100. 00
1
100. OC
-0-
....











1
50. 00
1
50. 00
-0-
BLACK
MALE



1
100.00
1
100. 00










i
50. 00
1
50. 00
-0-
FEMALE


















HISPANIC
MALE


















FEMALE


















ASIAN AMERICAN/
PACIFIC ISLANDER
MALE
















•

FEMALE


















AMERICAN INDIAN/
ALASKAN NATIVE
MALE


















FEMALE



















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                SUMMARY SHEET

DISTRIBUTION OF EEO GROUPS AND UNDERREPRESENTATION
          INDICES BY PATCO AND PAY LEVEL

    Research Triangle Park,  No/Montgomery, AL.
REPORT BYs
EPA
           P/R UNIT

           AGENCY
OCCUPATIONAL.
CATEGORY
ANDSES
SES
(INCLUDE OS/CM
16 - IB)
PROFESSIONAL.
ADMINISTRATIVE


TECHNICAL.


PAY
•LEVEL.
i&Trafl?
,> ? £** ^ *- .1
^^ftlfe:
OS 1 -4
GS 6-S
GS 9 - 12
GS/GM 19 . 1ft
TOTAL
OS* 1 -4
GS S -B
GS 9 - 12
GS/GM 1$ . 13
TOTAL
GS 1 -4
•
GS 6 -B
GS 9 • 12
CS/GM U • 15
TOTAL
TOTAL
11

6
163
272
441

11
93
61
165

80 .
37

117
WHITE
MALE
NUMBER
11

2
103
250
355

. 1
51
50
102

18
34

52
FEMALE
NO.


4
40
14
58

6
32
8
40

43
2

45
U.I.


226
91
19
49

194
130
49
91

158*
16

89
BLACK
MALE
NO.



11
2
13

3
4
1
8

6


6
U.I.



290
32
126

749
118
45
133

212


145
FEMALE
NO.



5

5

1
3

4

12


12
U.I.



110

41

290
103

77

310*


212*
HISPANIC
MALE
NO.



2
2-
4



1
1


1

1
U.I.



57
34
42



59
22


100

32
FEMALE
NO.
















U.I.
















ASIAN AMERICAN/
PACIPIC ISLANDER
MALE
NO.



1
4
5









•
U.I.



71
68
52










FEMALE
NO.



1

1


1

1

1



U.I.



81*

31*


126*

71

167*


1
AMERICAN INDIAN/'
ALASKAN NATIVE
MALE
NO.








1
1
•2




*
112
UJ.








360"
547*
403"





FEMALE
NO.








1

1





UJ.








635

359






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                                  DISTRIBUTION OF EEO GROUPS AND UNDERPRESENTATION
                                            INDICES BY PATCO AND PAY LEVEL

                                     Research Triangle Park, NC/Mon toggery, AL.
OCCUPATIONAL.
CATEGORY.
SERIES
_j
• *
1 •'• "
CUER1CAU


OTHER
PAY
LEVEL,
CS t -4
OS5-8
GS 9 - 12
GS/CM IS - 18
TOTAL
OS 1 - 4
GS 6-8
GS » - 12
CS/GM 1* - IB
TOTAL
TOTAL
17
134
1

152





WHITE
MALE
NUMBER
2
1


3





FEMALE
NO.
8
116
1

125





U.I.
*
138
*
254
100

*
241





BLACK
~ MALE
NO.
3
3


6





U.I.
.*
637
81


143





FEMALE
NO.

14


14





U.I.

*
216


*
190





HISPANIC
MALE
NO.










U.I.










FEMALE
NO.










U.I.










ASIAN AMERICAN/
PACIFIC ISLANDER
MALE
NO.
•
1



1





U.I.
865"



97





FEMALE
NO.










U.I.










AMERICAN INDIAN/
ALASKAN NATIVE
MALE
NO.










U.I.










FEMALE
NO.










U.I.










HOC FORM .107 (•/«!)
PAGBI

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                      DISTRIBUTION OF EEO GROUPS AND UNDERREPRESENTATION
                       INDICES BY PATCO AND PAY LEVEL FOR OCCUPATIONAL
                      SERIES WITH 100 OR MORE EMPLOYEES (P/R UNITS ONLY)
                      Research Triangle Park, NC/MontgomEry, AL

  Only agencies so small that they have one and only one P/R Unit should complete this form.
                                                                                         REPORT  BY:

                                                                                            XX
                                                                                          EPA
                                                                                                  P/R UNIT

                                                                                                  AGENCY*
SERIES
NAME
CATEGORY
GS

(Name)
(Category)

GS


(Nfmt)
(Category)

GS


(Name)
(Category)

GS
\(Name)
(Categor


J}

PAY
LEVEL
GS 1 - 4
GS S - 8
GS 9 - 12
GS/GM 13-15
TOTAL
GS 1 - 4
GS 5 -8
GS 9 - 12
SS/GM 13. IS
TOTAL
GS 1- 4
GS 5-8
GS9 - 12
GS/GM 13 .15
TOTAL "
GS 1 - 4
GS 5 -8
GS 9 - 12
GS/GM 13.16
TOTAL
TOTAL

5
41
56
102















WHITE
MALE


2
34
55
91















FEMALE
NO.

3
6
1
10















U.I.

74
54
67
36















BLACK
MALE
NO.




















U.I.




















FEMALE
NO.




















U.I.




















HISPANIC
MALE
NO.


1

1















U.I.


113

45















FEMALE
NO.




















U.I.




















ASIAN AMERICAN/
PACIFIC ISLANDER
MALE
NO.


















;

U.I.




















FEMALE
NO.




















U.I.




















AMERICAN INDIAN/
ALASKAN NATIVE
MALE
NO.




















U.I.




















FEMALE
NO.




















U.I.




















EEOC
597A

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          SUMMARY SHEET
FY 8 4 HIRING GOAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS BY PATCO
  • U. S.  Environmental Protection  Agency
REPORT BYi
 XXXX  p/RUNIT
__________ COMMAND
        COMPONENT
        AGENCY
OCCUPATIONAL
CATEGORY
P
A
T
C
O



PLANNED/
ACTUAL
PLANNED f
ACTUAL »
PLANNED •
ACTUAL *
PLANNED f
ACTUAL •
PLANNED f
ACTUAL •
PLANNED •
ACTUAL •
PLANNED »
ACTUAL •
PERCENT
• TOTAL
ALL
28
8
4
0
0
1
2
1


34
10
29 %
FEMALE
26
8
3
0

1




29
9
31 %
WHITE
MALE
;™f&fr?'-
*>£t&s.
14
5$&tf&:
£$$&;.
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                                                                                                      REPORT BY i
                                     FY 8   HIRING GOAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS BY PATCO
                           FOR OCCUPATIONAL SERIES WITH 100 OR MORE (P/R UNITS ONLY)
                                U.  S.  Environmental  Protection  Agency
                                Research  Triangle  Park,  North  Carolina
   Only agencies so small that they have one and only one P/R Unit should complete this form.
P/R UNIT
AGENCY*
SERIES
NAME
CATEGORY
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(Caitgoty)
PLANNED/
ACTUAL
PLANNED *
ACTUAL *
PLANNED »
ACTUAL •
PLANNED *
ACTUAL •
PLANNED *
ACTUAL •
TOTAL
ALL
0
4






FEMALE

4






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MALE
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                  SUMMARY SHEET
FY 8 4 INTERNAL MOVEMENT GOAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS BY PATCO
        U. -S. Environmental Protection  Agency
        Research Triangle  Park, North Carolina
REPORT BYi
   XX   P/R UNIT
	 COMMAND
	 COMPONENT
        AGEKCY
OCCUPATIONAL
CATEGORY.

P
A
T
C
O
TOTAL
PLANNED/
ACTUAL
PLANNED ff
ACTUAL •
PLANNED •
ACTUAL •
PLANNED •
ACTUAL *
PLANNED •
ACTUAL *
PLANNED t
ACTUAL •
PLANNED f
ACTUAL •
PERCENT
• TOTAL
ALL
2

3
*2
• 1

1



7
2
28 *
FEMALE
2

2
2






4
2
50 *
WHITE
MALE
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FEMALE
1

1
2






2
2
100
BLACK
MALE


1

1





2

*
FEMALE
1

1







2

%
HISPANIC
MALE













«
FEMALE













»
ASIAN AMERICAN/
PACIFIC ISLANDER
MALE
•






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EEOC^fJ,R?,509; * Includes hires from other Federal Agencies and EPA locations outside
FEMALE




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ALASKAN NATIVE
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RTP area

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                           FY-1984
                          BARRIER ELIMINATION
                           U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
                           Research Triangle Park, North Carolina  27711
REPORT.BYi
 EPA-RTP'
            COMMAND
            COMPONENT
            AGENCY
1.  Number of Barriers Identified for Analysis and Elimination In FY 8 :  	3_
2.  Number of these Barriers Eliminated In FY 8 :    FY-84 - None
3.  Number of these Barriers Partially Eliminated In FY 8 :  FY-84  -  None
For each barrier addressed during the reporting year, Indicate the occupations from which it tended to exclude peopki,
whom It tended to exclude, and how the barrier was eliminated or partially eliminated (that Is, what alternative procedures
were Instituted to replace the barrier).  Where the barrier was not eliminated, please explain what prevented Its elimination:
             PERSONNEL CEILINGS  continue to be  an  obstacle to goal accomplishment for minority
Barrier No. 1:	
             and female applicants  in the Professional.and Administrative Catogories.
             Although some gains were made for  females,  budgetary controls
              imposed in April  1984,  inhibited  the  agency in filling  a  portion of  its
              anticipated vacancies.   Because of this overceiling  problem, this barrier  has not
              been eliminated.   It is currently being addressed  at  the  Headquarters Level..
Barrier No. 2:
              LACK OF  ADEQUATE APPLICANT  POOL from which  to  select minorities and  women
              for professional and administrative vacancies:   Some local recruitment efforts
              were made during this year,  which attracted  some nonminority  female candidates.

              The agency will intensify  its effort to reach minority and female applicants
              during  the year.  Local  recruitment efforts  are being meshed  with an agency-

              wide  effort, coordinated at  the Headquarters level to recruit minorities

              and women.  Designated "program officials  at  Headquarters have been appointed

              to  effect this matter.

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                                                  REPORTVBYJ
                                                   EFA~RTx	 P/R UNIT
BARRIER EUMINATION                               ZZZHZ COMMAND
                                                   	 COMPONENT
                                                   .	 AGENCY
 1. Number of Barriers Identified for Analysis and Elimination In FY 8 :   3

 2. Number of these Barriers Eliminated In FY 8  :   TTV-«^ _
3. Number of these Barriers Partially Eliminated In FY 8 :   FY-84  - None
 For each barrier addressed during the reporting year, Indicate the occupations from which It tended to exclude peoph,
 whom it tended to exclude, and how the barrier was eliminated or partially eliminated (that te, what alternative procedures
 were Instituted to replace the barrier). Where the barrier was not eliminated, please  explain what prevented Its elimination:

              JOBS CLASSIFIED AND ADVERTISED AT THE MID/SENIOR GRADE LEVELS (GS-09-15) continue
 Barrier No.  • 	.	
              to exclude minorities in the Professional.and Administrative Categories. However,

              some gains,  though marginal, were realized for nonminority females.   In order  to

              affect  underrepresentation at senior levels,  continued efforts will  be exerted

              to recruit  and select minorities and women at the  entry and mid levels.

              Greater emphasis, however, is being placed-on recruitment at  the  senior

              level.   Nevertheless,  in order  to  assure minorities  and women are in the

              career  path  to accede  to the senior levels, selections at entry and mid levels

              should  continue.  Recruitment plans now  incorporate this concept.
 Barrier No.

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               FY 8 5 ANNUAL UPDATE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

                    PROGRAM FOR MINORITIES AND WOMEN
REPORT BYs
   XX     p/R
          COMMAND
          COMPONENT
                                                                               USEPA   AGENCY
 Name of Reporting
 Agency, Command,
 Component or P/R Unit:
                       U.  S.  Environmental Protection  Agency
' Responsible
 Agency Official:        Willis E. Greenstreet. Chairman
                                              (Name and Title)
                      EPA-RTP Management Council

                      Office of Administration and  Resources Management   (MD-20)
                                                (Address)
                      Research Triangle Park,  North  Carolina   27711	
                        FTS:   629-2258	
                                        (Telephone Number • Commerical or FTS)
                 (Signature of the Responsible Official)                              (Date)


 Number of Planning/Reporting Units (updates are  X    are not	attached):  	one

 Number of Commznds/Components (aggregate updates attached, if appropriate):	

 Number of vacancies projected for year of update by PATCO category:

    P   38    A	10  T   2    c  10   O	             Total       60	
NAME OF PREPARER OF REPORT
               Dianne W.  Laws
TELEPHONE NUMBER

   629-4249
EEOC  PORM  511
      AUG 83

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Name of Reporting
Agency, Gcnrnand
Component or P/R Unit
Responsible Officials:
                          FY 198_5 ANNUAL UPDATE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
                                   PROGRAM FOR MINORITIES AND WOMEN
                               U.  S.  Environmental Protection Agency
                               Research Triangle Park, North Carolina   27711
JJZ
  ..                   Director
Office of Administration and
Resources Management (MD-20)
    Cha irman,EPA-RTP
  Management Council
Date
                                                                                I-t
                                                  Gerald Emison, Director
                                                  Office of Air Quality
                                                  Planning and Standards
                                                        (MD-10)
                                                                               Date
                                   ili
           ,	
Thomas Hauler, Senior ORD Official T
Director, ^Environmental
Monitoring Systems Laboratory
      (MD-75)
                                       Date
/
 n/iMlL  	
Frank Princiotta, Director
Air and Energy Engineering
Research Laboratory (MD-60)
Lester D. Grant, Director
Environmental Criteria and
Assessment Office  (MD-52)
                                                  Gordon Hueter, Director
                                                  Health Effects Research
                                                  Laboratory  (MD-51)
                                                                                Date
                                                  Alfred Ellison,  Director
                                                  Atmospheric Sciences
                                                  Research Laboratory (MD-59)
                                                                                 Date
                                                  Charles Porter,'Director
                                                  Eastern Environmental
                                                  Radiation Facility
                                                  Montgomery,  Alabama 36193

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       CERTIFICATION OF QUALIFICATIONS  OF PRINCIPAL  EEO OFFICIALS
I certify that the qualifications of all officials,  full-time  and part-
time, concerned with administration of the EEO Program,  including the
following:
               Equal Employment Opportunity Officer
               EEO Specialist
               Hispanic Employment Program Manager
               Acting Federal Women's Program Manager
               EEO Counselors
have been reviewed by competent authority and the incumbents of  these
positions meet the standard outlined in Qualifications Standards Handbook
X-118 under "Equal Opportunity Specialist GS-260" or Qualifications
Guide for Collateral Assignments involving Equal Employment Opportunity
Duties." Evidence that the review has been made and its findings are on
file and available for review by EEOC officials.

I further certify that provisions of FPM Letter 713-36, Documenting EEO
Collaterial Duties in Official Position Descriptions have been met.
Director, ^Office  o/£Civil Rights      Date  T

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                         ANNUAL HIRING GOALS
     The Distribution of EEO Groups and Underrepresentation Indices by PATQO
and Pay Level, EEOC Form 507 reveal that there is underrepresentation/severe
Underrepresentation of minorities and women within pay levels of each PATCO
category.

     As a result of this analysis, affirmative action hiring goals have been
established, although not by pay levels, to improve the representation of
minorities and women in the PATCO categories where opportunities exists.

     EEOC Forms 512 and 513 are composites of Affirmative Action goals for
components within the EPA-RTF Planning and Reporting Unit.

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          SUMMARY SHEET
FY 8 5 HIRING GOALS BY PATCO
     RTF COMPOSITE
 (Includes Montgomery)
REPORT BVi
           P/R UNIT
          'COMMAND
           COMPONENT
OCCUPATIONAL
CATEGORIES

PROFESSIONAL

ADMINISTRATIVE
TECHNICAL
CLERICAL

OTHER

TOTAL
.

PLANNED
38 |
•
""Iff0!
PLANNED.
2 1
PLANNED
10 f
PLANNED
1
PLANNED
60 1
TOTAL
ALL

20*
19

4*





24*
23
FEMALE

15*
14

WHITE
MALE
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11

1





12
BLACK
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5

1





6
FEMALE

3

2





5
HISPANIC
MALE










FEMALE










ASIAN AMERICAN/
PACIFIC ISLANDER
MALE










FEMALE










AMERICAN INOAIM
ALASKAH NATIVE
MALE

*

*





*
FEMALE

1*







1*
EEOC 'OHM 512* OCR RECOMMENDATION FOR ADDITION OF GOAL FOR AMERICAN TNHTAM TM PTTHPTJ nur^r.^™.™ * ~~ , ^..T.,Tr.mr,,m,,,m

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                                            SUUMARY SHEET
                           FY 85 INTERNAL MOVEMENT GOALS BY PATCO
                                       RTP COMPOSITE
                                  (Includes Montgomery)
REPORT BY l
 "RTF
           P/RUNIT
           COMMAND
           COMPONENT
           AGENCY
OCCUPATIONAL.
CATEGORIES


PROFESSIONAL.





ADMINISTRATIVE


TECHNICAL.


CLERICAL.


OTHER





TOTAL.





PLANNED
4 *


-

PLANNED
2 f

PLANNED
1

PLANNED

5*
PLANNED •
i




PLANNED

TOTAL
ALL



2



.

2






5






9

FEMALE



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2






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PACIFIC ISLANDER
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AMERICAN INDIAN/
ALASKAN NATIVE,
MALE

























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.^M 513

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                    PROJECTED BARRIER ELIMINATION
                                                                 UPDATE BY:
                                                                  XX	 P/R UNIT
                                                                           COMMAND
                                                                                  COMPONENT
                                                                                  AGENCY
1.  Number of barriers to be addressed in plan year:  3
2.  Describe each barrier, the occupations it tends to exclude people from, whom it tends to exclude, and how it will
   be addressed:
   a.
Personnel ceilings remain  an  uncontrollable factor at the local  level  in  some of
the organizational components which impact management's ability  to  effectively meet
           •
affirmative action hiring  goals.   However, Management will make  every  effort	

to« work with their Headquarters  Offices to eliminate this problem in order	

to meet their FY 1985 goals.         	
        Lack of adequate  applicant pool from which to select minorities  and women for
                    —____—.—.
        professional and  administrative vacancies. Local recruitment  efforts will be'

        intensified along with participation in the Agencywide initiative  to recruit

        minorities and  women  which is being coordinated by the Recruitment Task Force

        appointed by EPA,  Headquarters.
        Jobs classified  and  advertised at the mid/senior grade levels  (GS-9-15).   EPA-RTP
        Personnel staff  will work with managers and supervisors in an  effort to  identify
        jobs that lend themselves to restructure/redesign.
     FORM
     AUG 83

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