NCRACC | Civil Rights | NRCS
National Civil Rights Advisory Committee to the Chief
The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) civil rights program encompasses all equal employment opportunity and program delivery-related matters.
The National Civil Rights Advisory Committee to the Chief (NCRACC) is designed to provide management officials and employees with counsel and advice that enhances and ensures compliance with their equal employment opportunity and program delivery responsibilities.
Members of the NCRACC will carry out their responsibilities consistent with USDA policies, procedures, and practices regarding employment and program delivery, which are nondiscriminatory with regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, family/parental status, political beliefs, or because all or a part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program.
The NCRACC provides assistance in the areas of policy formulation, program direction and administration.
American Indian/Alaska Native Male Rep.
|Nora De La Rosa
Hispanic Female Rep.
American Indian/Alaska Native Female Rep.
Disability Male Rep.
White Female Rep.
Asian Pacific Islander Female Rep.
Disability Female Rep.
Hispanic Male Rep.
Black Male Rep.
Asian Pacific Islander Male Rep.
NCRACC Current Vacant Positions:
NRCS employees may apply for any of the following positions. A link will be provided for vacant positions as the application period becomes available.
- LGBT Male Rep. - Application period TBA.
- LGBT Female Rep. - Application period TBA.
- Veteran Male Rep. - Application period TBA.
- Veteran Female Rep. - Application period TBA.
Awards and Recognition:
- Awards Criteria (Nominations Due by December 9th)
- Award Recipients (Forthcoming)
- Chief's National Civil Rights Award Recipient
- Chief's Awards for Workforce Diversity
Outreach Success Stories
Coming soon, great stories about NRCS employee outreach efforts going on across the country.
National Civil Rights Advisory Committee Directory
Helping People Help the Land.
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