Equal Employment Opportunity Office

The Equal Employment Opportunity Office is dedicated to preserving the concept of equal opportunity in all terms, conditions and benefits of employment.  Every customer is regularly made aware that we are available to actively listen to their concerns, offer advice when prudent and following up with action, when appropriate.

The mission of our entire staff is to provide comprehensive EEO, Special Emphasis Programs, Disability and Diversity Programs of the highest quality and to serve both management and each employee with sensitivity, concern, and understanding.

EEO Employment and Disability Plans and Procedures

EEO Land and Maritime eworkplace (CAC Required)

For more EEO information and reports including the Management Directive 715 visit EEO Land and Maritime eWorkplace.

 

Heritage and Diversity News
Visionary Women: Journeys of persistence and resiliency recognized during 2019 Women’s Leadership Summit
Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime Federal Women’s Program Chair Debra Hobbs addresses attendees during the opening session of the 2019 women’s leadership summit at the Defense Supply Center Columbus March 27. The summit honored contributions of women in central Ohio and highlighted their journeys of persistence and resiliency.
April 4, 2019 - A March 27 women’s leadership summit at DSCC honored contributions of women in central Ohio and highlighted their journeys of persistence and resiliency. The EEO office’s Federal Women’s Program hosted leading women from the fields of business, politics, government and military as part of its recognition of Women’s History Month.

Seeds of hope planted at DSCC
As part of raising awareness for Child Abuse Prevention, Defense Supply Center Columbus associates gathered at Hope Garden in Mission Park to place pinwheels and spread seeds around the garden April 1.
April 4, 2019 - As part of raising awareness for Child Abuse Prevention, Defense Supply Center Columbus associates gathered at Hope Garden in Mission Park to place pinwheels and spread seeds around the garden April 1. April is the designated Child Abuse Prevention Month and blue is the color associated with the cause.

Woman of the Year nominees announced
The Defense Federal Community will host the annual Women's Summit March 27 at the Defense Supply Center Columbus' Armed Forces Reserve Center.
March 22, 2019 - The Defense Supply Center Columbus has announced the federal and military nominees for the Defense Federal Community’s 2019 Woman of the Year Award. Winners will be named during the Women’s Summit March 27 at the installation’s Armed Forces Reserve Building. The award ceremony will occur during the luncheon scheduled to begin at 11:30.

Carter G. Woodson recipients named
Todd Walker (center) was honored Feb. 27 as the 2019 Carter G. Woodson Community Award recipient for his outstanding contributions to the African American community. Also pictured from left to right: Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime Equal Employment Opportunity Office Director Charles Palmer, Defense Finance and Accounting Service-Columbus Chief of Staff Wade Brockwell and DLA Land and Maritime Chief of Staff Air Force Col. Janette Ketchum.
March 11, 2019 - The 2019 Carter G. Woodson awardees were announced during the Defense Supply Center Columbus’ African American and Black History Month celebration Feb. 27.

From poverty to public service: Franklin County commissioner delivers keynote address at Black History Month program
Steve Alsup, the deputy commander of Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime, greets Franklin County Commissioner Kevin Boyce Feb. 27 during an office call at the Defense Supply Center Columbus. Boyce took to the stage shortly after to deliver keynote remarks for the Defense Federal Community’s African American and Black History Month celebration. Boyce became the Central Ohio county’s first black commissioner when he took office in 2017. Boyce was born and raised a few blocks from DSCC, in the area where the city’s Africentric College now sits across from the installation’s James Road gate.
March 7, 2019 - Franklin County Commissioner Kevin Boyce delivered the keynote address at the Defense Supply Center Columbus’ African American and Black History Month celebration Feb. 27. Boyce became the county’s first black commissioner when he was sworn into office in 2017. In a robust presentation to the military and civilian audience, Boyce reflected on the impact of African Americans throughout American history and shared personal stories from his own life.