Diversity Equity Inclusion (DEI) Resources
Resource Sharing: Military and Installations
Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (ODEI) within in the Department of Defense (DoD). ODEI focuses efforts on emerging talent to ensure the DoD successfully attracts, recruits, develops, and retains a highly skilled Total Force capable of meeting current and future mission requirements. Important initiatives include Actions for Improving Diversity and Inclusion in the Department of Defense – June 19, 2020 and Immediate Actions to Address Diversity, Inclusion, and Equal Opportunity in the Military Services – July 14, 2020. These can be found at https://diversity.defense.gov/DoD-Diversity-and-Inclusion-Initiatives/. Additional reports include the Diversity and Inclusion Board Report and the Diversity and Inclusion Implementation Memo. Other DEI-related documents can be found at https://diversity.defense.gov/Documents/
U.S. Marine Corps Opportunity, Diversity, and Inclusion (MPE) Branch. This Branch implements and integrates its Equal Opportunity & Diversity Management programs and tracks all related incident reports and talent management and outreach activities in compliance with existing law and policy.
Air Force Diversity. A list of resources available for Airmen and Guardians intending to learn about how diversity and inclusion supports the Air Force mission. These resources can help provide leaders with social context as well as tools for facilitating an inclusive environment.
Fort Belvoir equal employment opportunity (EEO) program. The EEO program manages workforce diversity and focuses on maintaining a discrimination-free workplace
Joint Base Myer Henderson Hall equal employment opportunity (EEO) program. The primary goal of the EEO program is to manage workforce diversity and to maintain a discrimination-free workplace
Marine Corps Base Quantico equal opportunity advisor (EOA).
Resource Sharing: Communities
City of Alexandria website ALL Alexandria - Achieving Racial and Social Equity
Arlington County website Realizing Arlington’s Commitment to Equity
City of Fairfax connecting Fairfax for All here https://www.fairfaxva.gov/government/mayor-city-council/connectingforall
Fairfax County One Fairfax . There are many past milestones, studies, and initiatives in the journey to develop the One Fairfax. The primary resource for this is Racial Inequities in Fairfax County 2011-2015
Loudoun County Multicultural Advisory Committee website
Prince William County Office of Equity and Inclusion website