The JBER EO/EEO Office's mission is to help enforce the eradication of unlawful discrimination, bullying/hazing and sexual harassment by educating military and civilian personnel on the protected categories, assisting commanders with maintaining a positive human relations climate in their units and processing EO/EEO complaints. We strive to accomplish our mission by fostering a positive environment in which members can rise to their highest possible level of potential based solely on merit, fitness, and capability, free from personal, social and institutional barriers; as well as maintaining a trusted utilized channel for presenting allegations of unlawful discrimination. Everyone has the inherent right to fair treatment, equal employment opportunities and a workplace free of harassment, hostility, bullying/hazing and discrimination. Our primary objective is to assist personnel in addressing and resolving complaints of discrimination at the earliest possible stages of the complaint process and at the lowest level. It is incumbent upon all personnel to support the EEO program and to strive to eliminate any discriminatory policies and practices.
Our Customers Services Offered
Active Duty Air Force (and their dependents) Military Equal Opportunity Complaints Processing
Retired Air Force Personnel Human Relations Education Training
DOD Civilian Employees Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
DOD Former Employees Defense Equal Opportunity Climate Survey (DEOCS) – Air Force Only
Job Applicants Out and Abouts (Air Force Only)
Reasonable Accommodations Request (DA Civilians Only)
Affirmative Employment (DA Civilians Only)
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Complaints Processing
DOD employees, former employees and job applicants who feel that they have been unlawfully discriminated against may file an EEO complaint on the basis of Race, Sex (including Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, Pregnancy), Disability (Mental/Physical/Perceived), Age (40 and Older), National Origin, Color, Religion, Genetic Information, Sexual Harassment or Reprisal (based on prior EEO Activity) within 45 calendar days of the incident or from the date they became aware of the incident.
Active-duty service members, their dependents, and military retired personnel who feel that they have been discriminated against on the basis of Race, Sex (including Sexual Orientation), National Origin, Color, Religion, Sexual Orientation, or have been subjected to sexual harassment or bullying/hazing may file an EO complaint within 60 calendar days of the incident date.
Operating Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Elmendorf Location: 10480 Sijan Avenue, Ste 123a (across from Public Affairs photo studio)
Richardson Location: Building 600, Room B-63 (basement next to the barber shop)
Org Box Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Telephone Number: 907-552-2115
After Hours Telephone Number: 907-691-6263
Air Force Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Hotline Number: 888-231-4058