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Organization

Chief Management Officer - What We Do

Chief Management Officer

What We Do

The CMO communicates Director of National Intelligence priorities and guidance regarding internal ODNI operations to the ODNI workforce. The CMO promulgates internal policies to govern the administrative management of the ODNI, and oversees the implementation of cross-corporate programs in support of internal administrative operations.

Chief Management Officer - Who We Are

Chief Management Officer

Who We Are

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), Chief Management Officer (CMO) exercises authority over the internal administrative operations of the ODNI, including transfer of ODNI personnel, personnel management, procurement, finance administration, facilities management, and internal security matters.

Equal Employment Opportunity & Diversity - What We Do

Equal Employment Opportunity & Diversity

What We Do

The Chief of the Office of Intelligence Community and Diversity (IC EEOD) serves as a key advisor to the Director of National Intelligence (DNI); provides leadership to the Intelligence Community (IC), especially through the IC EEOD Council (EEO and Diversity principals) and senior leaders in each IC Element; and ensures the provision of EEO services to the DNI workforce.

The Office plays a leadership role in designing and implementing innovative EEO and diversity programs and diversity best practices to increase the overall representation of minorities, women, and persons with disabilities across the IC, and benchmarking model agency best practices for Title VII compliance.

To this end, DNI-EEOD works closely with all key stakeholders across the Intelligence Community to coordinate the development of diversity strategies and mechanisms to facilitate the implementation of DNI-wide policies and to ensure compliance with applicable law and statutes.

Focus areas include ensuring equity in hiring and recruitment, retention efforts, promotions, rewards and awards, process improvement, career development programs, complaint management and resolution, and reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities.



Functional Areas

The DNI-EEOD consists of a front office and three distinct functional areas: IC EEO Outreach; IC Diversity Outreach; and, IC EEOD Strategy and Analysis.

Division of IC EEO Outreach
Responsible for policy formulation, implementation, coordination, and management of the civil rights and equal opportunity programs of the Office of DNI such as EEO training, reasonable accommodation, alternate resolution program, and complaints processing, in addition to Intelligence Community leadership, outreach, and coordination for EEO compliance programs.

Division of IC Diversity Outreach
Responsible for providing leadership to the DNI and IC in the overall management of diversity programs, specifically responsible for serving as a focal point on issues regarding diversity recruitment, community outreach, affirmative employment and special emphasis programs, diversity best practices and career development activities.

Division of IC EEOD Strategy and Analysis
Serves as a consultant on issues related to EEO and diversity. Responsible for developing IC-wide strategies and policies for driving change in EEO and diversity management. Specifically, responsible for developing organizational metrics and a formal assessment process for reporting and tracking the implementation of diversity management initiatives.

Equal Employment Opportunity & Diversity - Who We Are

Equal Employment Opportunity & Diversity

Who We Are

The Intelligence Community(IC) Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity (EEOD) Office is responsible for the overall management of the ODNI EEO and Diversity Program, and provides IC-wide oversight and guidance in developing, implementing, and measuring progress in EEO, diversity, and inclusion. The Chief, IC EEOD is the principle advisor to the DNI and IC senior leaders on issues related to equity, fairness, diversity, and inclusion, and reports directly to the DNI.  The IC EEOD Office is responsible for developing, implementing, and measuring performance against the five year ODNI Diversity and Inclusion Plan, the five year IC EEO and Diversity Strategic Plan, and the ODNI Management Directive 715 EEO Program Status Report. 

The IC EEOD Office is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants on the basis of merit and without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, and physical or mental disability. The objective is to promote full realization of equal employment opportunity through a continuing affirmative employment program that aims to eliminate discrimination based on factors irrelevant to job performance.


History 

Intelligence Community (IC) senior leaders believe strongly that diversity is a mission-critical imperative, essential to ensuring our Nation's security and success in the war on terror. To combat new, global, and increasingly complex national security threats, the IC must employ, develop, and retain a dynamic, agile workforce that reflects diversity in its broadest context cultural backgrounds, ethnicity, race, gender,  age, disability, gender identify, heritage, language proficiency, and perspectives . While the IC continues to move forward in achieving these goals, much more needs to be done to accelerate our progress and focus on results in diversity and inclusion.

In early 2006, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) appointed the first Chief of EEO for the IC and made the decision soon thereafter to merge this office with the IC Diversity Strategies Division (formerly in the IC Chief Human Capital Office) to better integrate EEO and diversity functions and leverage resources. This new Office of IC EEO and Diversity (EEOD) reports directly to the DNI. In addition to its IC-wide responsibilities, IC EEOD also provides these services for the ODNI workforce and organization. In July 2005, the DNI issued his first DNI's Policy Statement on Diversity to the IC.

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