Monday, February 14, 2011

EEOC Receives a Modest Increase in White House's FY 2012 Budget

The White House has proposed a modest increase in the budget of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for Fiscal Year 2012. In FY 2010, the last year when a budget was actually passed by the Congress and signed into law, the agency's budget was $367 million. In FY '11, the EEOC operated under a continuing resolution. For 2012, the Administration has proposed that the Commission operate under a budget of $386 million, an increase of $19 million over the 2010 levels. Staffing would increase from 2371 Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs) to 2557, an 8 percent increase.

To view the EEOC's proposed budget, go to:

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