The Obama Administration commissioning federal agency task forces to oversee, police, and enforce agency adherence/compliance of federal employment laws.
This Commission will provide oversight in Federal agency employment practices.
Implementation of a Federal Agency Employment Task Forces would make each federal agency accountable (from their annual budget) for all litigations of prohibited employment practices alleged against the agency. Federal agencies would no longer have legal sections that litigate employment disputes involving the federal employees.
Each agency will be penalized via their annual budget for all allegations
from federal employees that allege prohibited personnel practices. Each
federal agency will have to hire attorneys to litigate all accusations of
discrimination, harassment, and all other prohibited personnel practices.
Agency managers will be held accountable for actions stemming from employee
allegations of violations of employment laws, and eliminate systematic and institutional employment discrimination and harassment.
This will reduce federal budget by eliminating government waste by 1.5 million dollars per federal agency used to litigate federal personnel actions, reduce EEOC caseloads, and reduce unemployment nation-wide by 11 percent.