Bureau Heads. For the purposes of this chapter, a "Bureau Head" is defined as the Director or Administrator of the following organizations:
- Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys
- Drug Enforcement Administration
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- U.S. Marshals Service
- Office of Justice Programs
- Federal Bureau of Prisons
- Executive Office for Immigration Review
- Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives
Bureau Heads are responsible for assuring equal opportunity in employment within their organizations, for allocating sufficient resources to meet EEO program objectives, and for appointing qualified EEO program officials to administer the bureau's EEO programs.
The Department's litigating divisions and additional organizations comprise what is referred to as the Offices, Boards and Divisions (OBDs). The OBDs are considered a bureau for administrative and reporting purposes with the Assistant Attorney General for Administration as "Bureau Head." The EEOS conducts all of the discrimination complaint and affirmative employment program activities described below for the OBDs. The Director of EEOS is directly responsible for managing, directing, and supervising these activities for the OBDs.