Defense Intelligence Agency
For over a year, MSCG has provided onsite EEO Compliant Investigative Service Support and Final Agency Decision (FAD) writers to support the Defense Intelligence Agency EEO complaints management team. MSCG has successfully assisted the Investigation and Resolution Division (IRD) of the Civilian Personnel Management Services (CPMS) to reduce the number of backlogged investigations. MSCG has a cadre of trained and highly experienced certified EEO investigators and FAD writers, who are knowledgeable about all stages of the EEO process and are fully trained to comply with the strict statutory timelines and processes detailed in EEOC’s Management Directive 110 and 29 CFR1614.
MSCG plans and executes thorough investigations of three types of EEO discrimination complaints: 1) Individual complaints, 2) Consolidated complaints, and 3) Class complaints. Additionally, MSCG investigates and provides reports of the investigation for individual cases with one issue, multiple issues and continuing violations MSCG’s expert investigators conduct objective investigations without external influences from the agency or complainant. We provide a highly qualified investigators to prepare reports of investigations which conform to standards established by the MD EEO 110 and 29 C.F.R 1614.108. Our investigators are also qualified to conduct compensatory damages investigations as needed. MSCG is successfully supporting IRD to fulfill its obligation to investigate EEO complaints within 180 days of the initiation of the complaint, issue FADs within 60 days upon the complainant’s request, as required by 29 CFR 1614. MSCG manages files, records and processes internally at our MSCG corporate office to ensure the confidentiality of records/information per EEOC guidelines. Additionally, MSCG prepares and timely delivers the comprehensive Reports of Investigation (ROI).
Army and Air National Guard
MSCG provided onsite EEO consulting services for the Army and Air National Guard (AANG). During our tenure with the Air National Guard, MSCG assisted in developing National Guard policy; examined, analyzed, and adjudicated case records; and prepared Final Agency Decisions and other determinations of equal employment opportunity complaints based on discrimination against age, color, race religion, sex, national origin, physical/mental disability and genetic information submitted by applicants and National Guard employees, including Department of Air Force military and civilian personnel and AANG military personnel. MSCG's investigations of Discrimination Complaints included a thorough review of the circumstances under which the alleged discrimination occurred and the treatment of the complainant and member of the complainant’s group(s) compared with the treatment of others not of complainant’s group(s) in the organizational segment. Additionally, MSCG conducted a review of any policies and practices related to the alleged discrimination. MSCG successfully delivered the following EEO services for AANG per the contract:
- Final Report of Investigation;
- Supplemental Investigation
- Sanitized Reports of Investigation
- Final Agency Decisions (FADs)
- Report of Inquiry
- Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADRs) including ADR Action Plans
- EEO Training and Consulting for government staff
- EEO Counseling for Individual, Class, and Consolidated Complaints:
The Office of Military Commissions (OMC) Victim/Witness Assistance Program (VWAP) is a Directorate under the Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Military Commissions. VWAP is committed to making military commissions accessible to victims and their family members, and to providing logistical support for witnesses participating in military commissions.
Victims and family members of victims (VFM) are:
- Spouses, children, parents, grandparents or siblings of victims who were killed or injured as a result of the attacks on September 11, 2001; the USS COLE; and victims of any case prosecuted by a military commission.
- Persons who were injured as a result of the attacks on September 11, 2001; the USS COLE; and victims of any case prosecuted by a military commission.