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Economic Impact and Diversity Office

WAPA's EEO policy statement

WAPA affirms its commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity which prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, gender, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, retaliation or sexual orientation. EEO ensures that employees and applicants for Federal employment are treated fairly, and that employment-related decisions are based on merit.


On January 3, 2017, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued an update to Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act, as amended. Pursuant to 29 CFR 1614.203(e)(2), each agency shall make an affirmative action plan for the hiring, placement, and advancement of individuals with disabilities and make it available to the public. This Affirmative Action Plan for Persons with Disabilities is updated each fiscal year.

For questions concerning this plan, please contact the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity at For questions regarding accessibility of this report, please contact WAPA's Section 508 Coordinator at


WAPA is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to its employees and applicants for employment to ensure that individuals with disabilities have full access to equal employment opportunity. For information on reasonable accommodation, please refer to WAPA's reasonable accommodation procedures or contact any of WAPA's Local Reasonable Accommodation Coordinators.

Equal Employment Opportunity Program

The Office of Economic Impact & Diversity implements and monitors a multi-faceted program to ensure that WAPA's employment practices are consistent with the statutes, regulations and Executive Orders that promote equal employment opportunity and prohibit discrimination.  This includes development of WAPA's Equal Employment Opportunity Plan, which promotes equal opportunity for minorities, women, and persons with disabilities; administration of the EEO co​mplaint process; and promoting alternative dispute resolution throughout WAPA.

​Contacting the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity

To speak with someone regarding an EEO concern or issue, please call us at​ 720-962-7034.

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