CompuCon performs a wide range of equal opportunity services. In addition to counseling, conducting investigations into individual and program complaints, and writing recommended final agency decisions, we perform compliance reviews and program assessments.
CompuCon conducts investigations into allegations of discrimination with regard to partipation in programs operated and/or funded by the U.S. government.
CompuCon provides civil rights related compliance review services to assist federal agencies in performing their program oversight responsibilities, and in monitoring the activitties of grant recipients.
We have the capability to work independently and provide the personnel, equipment, facilities, and materials to conduct a wide range of compliance reviews. Based upon agency regulations and guidelines, CompuCon designs review strategies, develops assessment instruments and plans and executes compliance reviews. We are able to assist management by performing the following:
Conducting interviews and administering data collection instruments
Conducting analysis of collected data
Documenting the review process
Preparing correspondence and reports
Participating in follou-up reviews and enforcement actions
Suggesting procedural improvements
Participating in specials Projects
CompuCon will take a comprehensive look at an organization's equal opportunity program and provide management with a detailed evaluation of overall program effectiveness. The assessment uses a number of methods including random case audits, measurements of program quality and effectiveness, evaluation of staffing and credentials of the equal opportunity staff, training for managers and equal opportunity staff, and employee survery to determine effectiveness in dealing with employee complaints and concerns.
CompuCon can assist management by providing counseling services for aggrieved employees or applicants for employment who believe that they have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, religious or disability accommodations, or in reprisal because of participation in the discrimination complaint process. We assist in helping organizations meet the counseling process by attempting to informally resolve the precomplaint and advising aggrieved persons of their rights and responsibilities under 29 CFR, Part 1614.
All counseling is performed in accordance with the Equal Employment Opportuntiy Commission (EEOC) regulations set forth at 29 CFR, Part 1614; and EEOC Management Directive (MD) 110, Chapter 2 "A Guide to Effective EEO Counseling".
CompuCon has extensive experience in conducting investigations and preparation of related reports. All investigations are performed in conformance with the standards established by the Equal Employment Opportuntiy Commission (EEOC) including the following authorities:
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended
Civil Rights Act of 1991
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended
The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended
Executive Order 11478 - Equal Opportunity in Government
29 CFR Part 1614 - Equal Employment Opportunity in the Federal Government
5 CFR Part 1200 - Merit Systems Protection Board
Equal Pay Act of 1963, as amended
EEOC Management Directive (MD) 110
Americans with Disabilities Act
Recommended Final Agency Decisions
CompuCon assists management by performing analysis and recommending final agency decisions that are legally sufficient for complainants who believe that they have been discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion or religious accommodation, sex, national origin, age, disability or disability accommodation, or in reprisal because of participation in the discrimination complaint process.