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Special Emphasis Programs

Description of the Program: The Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Special Emphasis Program is to address issues critical to increasing productivity, and to increase our diverse workforce by providing information/programs for people of different races, backgrounds, and heritage to get together for an hour to share information.

Three special emphasis program areas are specifically required by law:

In addition, the FHWA Office of Civil Rights identifies and participates with these other Special Emphasis' programs:

The FHWA joins with the other Operating Modes in the celebration of the above special observances with appropriate programs and awareness activities to enhance cross-cultural awareness. It is an opportunity to recognize the current achievements and historical contributions made by members of specific racial or ethnic groups in our society. Types of activities include performers and guest speakers in the culture or issue, proclamations, handouts, food tasting, and exhibits.

Contact/phone number/email address

Nikisha Pickett
EEO Program Manager
Nikisha.Pickett@dot.gov
202-366-3894

Kirsten Poston
Disability Program Manager
Kirsten.poston@dot.gov
202-366-9120

 

Page last modified on December 29, 2015.
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