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U.S. Marshals Service

What is Covered by Federal EEO Laws

A United States Marshals Service (USMS) employee or applicant for employment may file an EEO complaint if the employee or applicant believes he/she was discriminated against based on one or more of these factors:

  • RACE
  • COLOR
  • SEX (Including Sexual Harassment)
  • RELIGION
  • NATIONAL ORIGIN
  • AGE (40 years or older)
  • DISABILITY (Physical or Mental)
  • REPRISAL (For EEO activity)
  • SEXUAL ORIENTATION 
  • PARENTAL STATUS 
 

Helpful Links

 
  • What is Covered by Federal EEO Laws 
  • The EEO Complaints Process
  • Director's Statement on EEO in the Marshals Service
  • EEO Data Posted Pursuant to the No Fear Act

     

     

     

     

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