The Adjutant General is firmly committed to equal employment opportunity and to avoiding prohibited employment discrimination in all areas of the Texas Military organization. Equal Opportunity in all of our employment programs at all levels of the workforce is a firm commitment of the Texas Military. All individuals are entitled to be treated fairly and participate in a work environment free from discriminatory practices, offensive behavior or harassment. Discrimination based on prohibited employment practices is illegal and will not be tolerated.

TMD EO/EEO is Headquartered out of Camp Mabry, in Austin, TX

Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri)

Main Line: (512) 782-5118

Visit Us: 2200 West 35th Street, Building 34, Room 102, Camp Mabry (Austin), Texas 78763-5218

U.S. Mail: P.O. Box 5218, Austin, TX 78703

Race, Color, Religion, Gender, Sexual Harassment, Reprisal (Based on prior EO activity), National Origin.

An informal complaint of discrimination although it may be initially verbal, shall be put in writing on NGB Form 333 with only the "informal" box checked and initialed by the complainant. An informal complaint may be brought to the attention of any member of the chain of command at the lowest level of command where a remedy or resolution is possible, or to the equal opportunity representative (EOR) or equal opportunity advisor (EOA) at that level.

A complaint must be filed within 180 calendar days from the date of the alleged discrimination or the date that the individual became aware or reasonably should have become aware of the discriminatory event or action.

A complaint may be withdrawn at any stage of processing by the complainant. Such withdrawal must be voluntary, and so indicated in writing, by signature of the complainant and date of withdrawal on the complaint form, NGB Form 333.

When a military member believes that his or her commander was responsible for the alleged discrimination, the member will file the formal complaint with the next higher commander in the chain of command.

Untimely, Duplicative, Not in purview, Failure to state a claim of discrimination, Statutory or regulatory restrictions, The Complaint or Issue is Moot. Even if discrimination were substantiated, no actions beyond those already taken would be required. A moot issue or complaint is defined as one without legal significance, through having been previously decided or settled.

Race, Color, Religion, Gender, Sexual Harassment, Reprisal (Based on prior EO activity), National Origin.

Any aggrieved individual who believes that he or she has been illegally discriminated against due to race, color, national origin, religion, gender (including sexual harassment) or reprisal for having engaged in a protected equal opportunity activity, in a matter subject to the control of the NG, may file an individual complaint of discrimination also to include State Guard.

Any act or failure to act, impermissibly based solely or in part on a person’s race, color, religion, gender, national origin, and sexual harassment, that adversely affects privileges, benefits, or work conditions or results in disparate treatment.

A complaint must be filed within 180 calendar days from the date of the alleged discrimination or the date that the individual became aware or reasonably should have become aware of the discriminatory event or action.

Formal complaints will not be filed at the same level of command where an informal complaint resolution has failed, but will be filed at the next higher command level, with one exception. When an informal complaint is ·filed at the Adjutant General level.

When a military member believes that his or her commander was responsible for the alleged discrimination, the member will file the formal complaint with the next higher commander in the chain of command.