President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Friday aimed at promoting diversity, justice, inclusion and accessibility in the federal workforce.
"Even with decades of progress building a federal workforce that looks like America, the enduring legacies of employment discrimination, systemic racism and gender inequality are still felt today," says the scheme.
"Too many substandard societies remain underrepresented in the federal workforce, especially in leadership positions. ”
The Executive Order:  Establishes a government initiative to promote diversity, inclusion of shares and accessibility in all sections of the federal workforce.
Accuses all authorities of evaluating the current state of these factors and in developing strategic plans to eliminate all barriers faced by vulnerable employees. [1
9659006] Increases diversity and related training throughout the federal workforce.
Addresses workplace harassment, including sexual harassment.  Reduces the Federal Government's dependence on unpaid internships, which, according to the order, creates barriers for low-income students and first-generation professionals.
Advances pay equity to ensure that all public employees are fairly compensated.  Advances on equity for persons with disabilities and for public employees in LGBTQ.
Improves the collection of demographic information about the federal workforce.