The “Notification and Federal Employee Antidiscrimination and Retaliation Act of 2002,” Public Law 107-174, known as the No FEAR Act, became effective Oct. 1, 2003. This law seeks to decrease violations of antidiscrimination laws by increasing the accountability of federal agencies for violations of those laws. Among other things, it requires federal agencies to post EEO statistics on their websites and to educate employees about the rights and remedies under the antidiscrimination and whistleblower laws that apply to them.
USPS is committed to having a workplace environment free from discrimination. Please see the USPS EEO statistics required under the No FEAR Act in the links below. Further information regarding the No FEAR Act, including the No FEAR Act Notice to USPS employees and applicants for employment, is provided in the links below.
Learn more about the No FEAR Act and how its provisions apply to the Postal Service.
View the USPS EEO statistical data required by the No FEAR Act.
View the No FEAR Act Notice that contains information USPS employees need to know regarding their rights and remedies under antidiscrimination laws and Whistleblower regulations.
No Fear Act Notice PDF
EEO Contacts PDF
Federal Register Notice, Volume 71, Number 148, August 2, 2006, pages 43643-43652—Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) final rule on EEO complaint data posting requirements for federal agencies under the No FEAR Act. HTM | PDF
Federal Register Notice, Volume 71, No 249, December 28, 2006, pages 43643-78038—Office of Personnel Management (OPM) final rule on Reporting & Best Practices for federal agencies under the No FEAR Act. HTM | PDF
H.R. 6395, including Elijah E. Cummings Federal Employee Antidiscrimination Act of 2020 PDF
Elijah E. Cummings Federal Employee Antidiscrimination Act of 2020, extract from H.R. 6395 RTF
Special program plan for the recruitment, hiring, advancement, and retention of persons with disabilities PDF