Our Diversity Committee works to identify ways to attract talent, address issues affecting our diverse workforce, and provide support and mentoring for attorneys.
For more information on our efforts, please contact the committee at: Tax.Diversity@usdoj.gov
Recruiting and Employment Brochure (PDF)
DOJ Diversity Policy
DOJ Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
The Tax Division plans to send Division representatives to recruiting events and other outreach activities throughout the upcoming year.
Last year, Division representatives have attended recruiting events which, as a whole, brought together more than 6,500 students from 96 law schools throughout the country.
Diversity Committee Contact List
To expand recruitment efforts, the Division has developed an email outreach list of approximately 700 organizational contacts. These contacts have received, and will continue to receive, the Tax Division's most recent attorney vacancy announcements, along with a request to disseminate the announcements to potentially interested individuals.
We will be periodically reviewing and updating the contact list. If your organization has members who would be receptive to our outreach efforts, please forward the name of the organization and any contact information to Richard L. Parker at (202) 307-3684, an attorney in our Appellate Section.
DOJ Diversity-Related Offices and Groups
DOJ Equal Employment Opportunity Office
The Equal Employment Opportunity Staff (EEOS) is responsible for developing policy, methods, and procedures for the implementation of the EEO program throughout the Department of Justice.
DOJ Disability Points of Contact for Attorney Vacancies
DOJ welcomes and encourages applications from persons with physical and mental disabilities. For more information, please feel free to contact the Tax Division’s Disability Point of Contact (DPOC) who is identified on the list of DPOCs available at the above link.
Attorney General's Advisory Committee on the Employment of Persons with Disabilities
Assists in developing initiatives to increase the number of persons with disabilities at DOJ. Contact Frederick Parmenter, 202-307-0620.
DOJ Affinity Groups
The Tax Division seeks to create a work environment and organizational culture that reflect the diversity of American society and that foster the success of every employee by appreciating and building upon the skills, experiences, and uniqueness that each employee brings to the workforce. In this regard, our Diversity Committee collaborates with and supports the efforts of the different employee affinity groups within the Department of Justice. These groups include the following:
Association of Native American Trial Lawyers of DOJ
Identifies, addresses and assists in developing effective policies and practices to increase the number of American Indian attorneys in the DOJ workforce.
DOJ Association of Black Attorneys
Identifies, addresses and assists in developing effective policies and practices to increase the number of Black Attorneys in the DOJ workforce and in leadership positions
DOJ Association of Hispanic Employees for Advancement and Development
DOJ-AHEAD is an employee organization open to all employees of the Department of Justice whose primary goal is to assist the Department in promoting equitable participation and full utilization of its Hispanic employees..
DOJ Pan Asia
Identifies, addresses and assists in developing effective policies and practices to increase the number and effect full and equitable participation and utilization of Asian American and Pacific Islander employees in the DOJ workforce and in leadership positions.
Seeks to make the Department a model employer for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.