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Complaints Against the Federal

Protection Board decision may be filed Government On April 10, 1992, the within 30 days of the date that the Board Commission published new Federal decision becomes final. A request for sector processing regulations codified in reopening and reconsideration of any 29 CFR 1614, effective October 1, 1992. decision of the Commission should be Federal employees or job applicants who made in writing within 30 days of want to file complaints of job

receipt of such decision. Office of discrimination based on race, color, Federal Operations decisions are issued national origin, sex, religion, age, or in writing to the complainant, physical or mental disability must first complainant's representative, and the consult an equal employment

agency. The Office monitors and ensures opportunity counselor within their

compliance by Federal agencies with agency within 45 calendar days of the Commission orders and appellate alleged discriminatory event or the decisions, and provides technical effective date of the alleged

assistance and training to other Federal discriminatory personnel action. If the agencies. complaint cannot be resolved informally, Other Activities The Commission the person may file a formal complaint actively promotes voluntary compliance within 15 calendar days after the date of with equal employment opportunity receipt of the notice of the right to file statutes through a variety of educational a complaint.

and technical assistance activities. A An accepted complaint is investigated distinct activity of the Commission is the by the agency and there is a right to a Voluntary Assistance Program. This hearing before an EEOC administrative outreach program is designed to provide judge before the agency issues its final educational and technical assistance to decision. An individual who wishes to small and midsize employers and file a complaint under the Equal Pay Act unions—through 1-day seminars on of 1963 must now follow these

equal employment opportunity lawsprocedures. An individual may also elect

about their rights and obligations under to file suit under the Equal Pay Act of all the statutes that the Commission 1963 without prior resort to the agency enforces. or to the Commission.

Another activity initiated by the
A complaint under the Age
Discrimination in Employment Act of

Commission is the Expanded Presence 1967 against a Federal agency or

Program, which is designed to make the

Commission accessible in areas department must be filed with the head of the agency, director of equal

identified as underserved by Commission

offices. employment opportunity, head of a field installation, or such other officials as the

In addition to conducting on-site agency may designate. Federal-sector

consultations, EEOC co-hosts an annual age discrimination complainants may

Federal Dispute Resolution Conference bypass the administrative complaint

which provides a forum for Federal process and file a civil action directly in

agencies to meet and exchange ideas on a U.S. district court by first notifying the

resolving disputes. Commission within 180 calendar days of

Through its Educational Technical the alleged discriminatory act and

Assistance and Training Revolving Fund, thereafter waiting 30 calendar days

the Commission is also able to provide before filing suit.

its constituency with advanced and Federal employees may file appeals of specialized technical assistance offerings. final agency decisions or decisions of an Fees charged for Revolving Fund arbitrator or the Federal Labor Relations products are not to exceed the cost of Authority with the Commission's Office producing the materials or services of Federal Operations at any time up to provided, are to bear a direct 30 calendar days after receipt of the relationship to the cost of providing such agency notice of final decision. A outreach, and are to be imposed on a petition for review of a Merit Systems uniform basis.

The Commission participates in the employment of minority group members development of the employment

and women. discrimination law through the issuance The Commission also publishes data of guidelines, publication of significant on the employment status of minorities Commission decisions, and involvement

and women. Through 6 employment in litigation brought under Title VII, the surveys covering private employers, Equal Pay Act of 1963, the Age

apprenticeship programs, labor unions, Discrimination in Employment Act of

State and local governments, elementary 1967, and the Americans with

and secondary schools, and colleges and Disabilities Act of 1990.

universities, the Commission tabulates

and stores data on the ethnic, racial, and The Commission has direct liaison

sex composition of employees at all job with Federal, State, and local

levels within the reported groups. governments, employers and union

Research information thus collected is organizations, trade associations, civil shared with selected Federal agencies, rights organizations, and other agencies and is made available, in appropriate and organizations concerned with

form, for public use.
Field Offices Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

(DO: District Office; AO: Area Office; LO: Local Office; FO: Field Office)

Office

Address

Director

Telephone

505-766-2061 404-331-6033

301-962-3932

...

Albuquerque, NM (DO) ... Suite 900, 505 Marquette NW., 87102

Andres Lopez
Atlanta, GA (DO)
Suite 1100, 75 Piedmont Ave. NE., 30335

Bernice Kimbrough, Act

ing. Baltimore, MD (DO) 3d Fl., City Cresent Bldg., 10 S. Howard St., Issie L. Jenkins

21201.
Birmingham, AL (DO). Suite 101, 1900 3d Ave. N., 35203

Warren Bullock
Boston, MA (AO)
Rm. 100, 10th Fl., 1 Congress St., 02114

Robert L. Sanders
Buffalo, NY (LO)
Suite 350, 6 Fountain Plz., 14203

Elizabeth Cadle
Charlotte, NC (DO) 5500 Central Ave., 28212

Marsha Drane
Chicago, IL (DO)
Suite 2800, 500 W. Madison St., 60661

John P. Rowe
Cincinnati, OH (AO) Suite 810, 525 Vine St., 45202

Earl Haley Cleveland, OH (DO) Suite 850, 1660 W. 2d St., 44113_1454

Dorothy Porter
Dallas, TX (DO)
3d Fl., 207 S. Houston St., 75202-4726

Jacqueline Bradley
Denver, CO (DO)
Suite 510. 303 E. 17th St., 80203

Francisco J. Flores
Detroit, MI (DO)
Rm. 1540, 477 Michigan Ave., 48226

James Neeley
El Paso, TX (AO)
Suite 100, Bldg. C, The Commons, 79902

Eliazar Salinas
Fresno, CA (LO)
Suite 103, 1265 W. Shaw Ave., 93711

David Rodriguez
Greensboro, NC (LO) 801 Summit Ave., 27405–7813

(Vacancy) Greenville, SC (LO) Suite 530, 15 S. Main St., 29601

Sadie Pye-Jumper
Honolulu, HI (LO)
Suite 404, 677 Ala Moana Blvd., 96813

Rodolfo Martinez
Houston, TX (DO) 7th Fl., 1919 Smith St., 77002

Harriet J. Ehrlich Indianapolis, IN (DO) Suite 1900, 101 W. Ohio St., 462044203

Thomas P. Hadfield Jackson, MS (AO) 207 W. Amite St., 39269

Frederick D. King, Acting Kansas City, MO (AO) Suite 905, 400 State Ave., 66101

(Vacancy) Little Rock, AR (AO) Suite 621, 320 W. Capitol Ave., 72201

W.P. Brown Los Angeles, CA (DO) 4th Fl., 255 E. Temple, 90012

(Vacancy)
Louisville, KY (AO) Suite 268, 600 Martin Luther King, Jr., PI., 40202 Marcia Hall-Craig, Acting
Memphis, TN (DO) Suite 621, 1407 Union Ave., 38104

Walter Grabon
Miami, FL (DO)
Suite 2700, 1 Biscayne Twr., 33131

Federico Costales
Milwaukee, WI (DO) Suite 800, 310 W. Wisconsin Ave., 53203

Chester Bailey Minneapolis, MN (AO) Suite 430, 330 S. 2d Ave., 55401-2224

Michael Bloyer Nashville, TN (AO) Suite 202, 50 Vantage Way, 37228

John A. Pahmeyer Newark, NJ (AO) 1 Newark Ctr., 21st St., 07102-5233

Corrado Gigante New Orleans, LA (DO) Suite 600, 701 Loyola Ave., 70113

Patricia F. Bivins
New York, NY (DO) 7 World Trade Ctr., 18th St., 10048-0948

Spencer H. Lewis, Jr.
Norfolk, VA (AO)
Suite 4300, 101 W. Main St., 23510

Kathryne Stokes
Oakland, CA (LO) Suite 1170-N, 1301 Clay St., 94612-5217 Joyce Hendy
Oklahoma City, OK (AO) 531 Couch Dr., 94612

Alma Anderson
Philadelphia, PA (DO) 10th Fl., 1421 Cherry St., 19102

Marie Tomasso, Acting
Phoenix, AZ (DO)
Suite 300, 4520 N. Central Ave., 85012

Charles D. Burtner
Pittsburgh, PA (AO) Rm. 2038-A, 1000 Liberty Ave., 15222

Eugene V. Nelson Raleigh, NC (AO) 1309 Annapolis Dr., 27601

Richard E. Walz Richmond, VA (AO) 2d Fl., 3600 W. Broad St., 23230

Gloria Underwood San Antonio, TX (DO) Suite 200, 5410 Fredericksburg Rd., 78229 Pedro Esquivel San Diego, CA (LO) Suite 1550, 401 B St., 92101

Patrick Matarazzo San Francisco, CA (DO) Suite 500, 901 Market St., 94103

Chester F. Relyea San Jose, CA (LO) 96 N. 3d St., 95113

Timothy Riera Savannah, GA (LO) Suite G, 410 Mall Blvd., 31406

Marvin C. Frazier

205–731-0082 617-565-3200 716-846-4441 704-567-7100 312-353-2713 513-684-2851 216-522-2001 214 665-3355 303-866-1300 313-226-7636 915-534-6550 209_487-5793 919

333-5174 803-241-4400 808-541-3120 713653_3377 317-226-7212 601-96544537 816-551-5655 501-324-5060 213-894-1000 502-582-6082 901-722-2617 305-536 4491 414-297-1111 612-335-4040 615-736-5820 201-645-6383 504–589-2329 212-748-8500 804441-3470 510-637-3230 405-231-4911 215-656-7020 602-640-5000 412-644-3444 919-856_4064 804-771-2692 512-229 4810 619-567-7235 415-744-6500 408-291-7352 912-652-4234

Field Offices Equal Employment Opportunity Commission-Continued

(DO: District Office; AO: Area Office; LO: Local Office; FO: Field Office)

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Sources of Information Employment The Commission selects its employees from various examinations and registers, including mid- and seniorlevel registers, secretarial, typing, and stenographic registers, and the Equal Opportunity Specialist register. Employment inquiries or applications for positions in the headquarters office should be directed to the Personnel Office, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1801 L Street NW., Washington, DC 20507 (phone, 202663-4306), or contact the appropriate district office for district office positions. General Inquiries A nationwide tollfree telephone number links callers with the appropriate field office where

charges may be filed. Phone, 800-669– 4000. TDD, 800-669-6820. Information About Survey Forms (EEO-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6). Phone, 202663-4958. Media Inquiries Office of Communications and Legislative Affairs, 1801 L Street NW., Washington, DC 20507. Phone, 202-663-4900. Publications Nationwide toll-free telephone number, 800–669–3362. TDD, 800–800_3302. Reading Room EEOC Library, 1801 L Street NW., Washington, DC 20507. Phone, 202-663-4630. Speakers Office of Communications and Legislative Affairs, 1801 L Street NW., Washington, DC 20507. Phone, 202-663-4900.

For further information, contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1801 L Street NW., Washington, DC 20507. Phone, 202-663-4900.

EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF THE UNITED STATES 811 Vermont Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20571 Phone, 800-565-EXIM

President and Chairman
First Vice President and Vice Chairman
Directors

General Counsel

Deputy General Counsel Chief Financial Officer

Deputy Treasurer/Controller

Vice President, Claims and Recoveries Chief of Staff Executive Vice President, Export Finance

Group Vice President, Aircraft Finance Vice President, Americas Vice President, Asia and Middle East Vice President, Credit Administration

MARTIN A. KAMARCK (VACANCY) JULIE D. BELAGA, MARIA LUISA

HALEY, RITA M. RODRIGUEZ KENNETH W. HANSEN STEPHEN G. GLAZER JAMES K. Hess JOSEPH A. SORBERA JEFFREY L. MILLER JACKIE M. CLEGG ALLAN 1. MENDELOWITZ

JULIE J. PANARO CHARLES A. LEIK TERRENCE J. HULIHAN LEILANI L. NEWTON

Vice President, Engineering and Environment
Vice President, Europe and Africa
Vice President, Insurance
Vice Presidents, Project Finance

JAMES A. MAHONEY
THOMAS E. MORAN
WILLIAM W. REDWAY
GLEN T. MATSUMOTO, DIANNE S.

RUDO
SAM Z. ZYTCER
LONN W. HENRICHSEN

CANDELARIO TRUJILLO, JR.
RICHARD J. FEENEY
ARTHUR PILZER

ROBERT J. KAISER

TAMZEN C. REITAN

Vice President, United States
Senior Vice President, Information

Management and Technology
Vice President, Information Management
Senior Vice President, Process Development
Vice President, International Business

Development
Vice President, Domestic Business

Development
Vice President, Administrative and

Management Services
Vice President, Communications
Vice President, Congressional and external

Affairs
Vice President, Country Risk Analysis
Vice President, Policy, Planning, and Program

Development
Director, Broker Relations and Product

Development
Director, Equal Opportunity and Diversity

Programs
Director, Personnel
Director, Quality Review and Secretariat

RITA T. FLYNN
JACKIE M. CLEGG

DANIEL L. BOND
JAMES C. CRUSE

ROBERT L. CHARAMELLA

DOLORES BARTNING

JOYCE E. SAVAGE
PATRICIA DELANEY

The Export-Import Bank of the United States helps the private sector to create and maintain U.S. jobs by financing exports of the Nation's goods and services. To accomplish this mission, Export-Import Bank offers a variety of loan, guarantee, and insurance programs to support transactions that would not be awarded to U.S. companies without the Bank's assistance.

The Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank), established in 1934, operates as an independent agency of the U.S. Government under the authority of the Export-Import Bank Act of 1945, as amended (12 U.S.C. 635 et seq.). The Bank has a Board of Directors consisting of a President and Chairman, a First Vice President and Vice Chairman, and three other Directors, all of whom are appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate.

The Bank's mission is to help American exporters meet governmentsupported financing competition from other countries, so that U.S. exports can compete for overseas business on the basis of price, performance, and service. The Bank also fills gaps in the

availability of commercial financing for creditworthy export transactions.

The Bank is required to find a reasonable assurance of repayment for each transaction it supports. It's legislation requires it to meet the financing terms of competitor export credit agencies, but not to compete with commercial lenders. An export must have a minimum of 50 percent U.S. content in order to be eligible for Ex-Im Bank support. There is no maximum or minimum dollar limit for Ex-im Bank financing. Legislation restricts the Bank's operation in some countries and its support for military goods and services.

Activities
The Export-Import Bank is authorized to
have outstanding at any one time loans,

guarantees, and insurance in aggregate -direct loans made to provide foreign amount not in excess of $75 billion. buyers with competitive, fixed-rate During fiscal year 1995, the Bank

medium- or long-term financing from Exauthorized a total of $12 billion in

Im Bank for their purchases from U.S. financing, including a wide range of

exporters. The Bank's direct loans carry capital goods exports to developing

the minimum interest rate allowed by countries. The Bank supports U.S. exporters

the Organization for Economic through a range of diverse programs,

Cooperation and Development. which are offered under four broad

The Bank has initiated several new categories of export financing:

programs to broaden the range of --working capital guarantees,

customers and types of exporters it provided to lenders, so that they can

supports. The Environmental Exports provide creditworthy small- and

Program provides enhanced financing medium-sized exporters with working

terms for environmentally beneficial capital they need to buy, build, or assemble products for export sale.

goods and services. The Bank has also -export credit insurance which

expanded its capabilities in the area of protects the exporter against both the

limited recourse project finance, and has commercial and political risks of a

adopted a policy of matching foreign foreign buyer defaulting on payment.

tied-aid credits to ensure that U.S. The Bank offers a variety of policies:

exporters do not lose sales in critical short- and medium-term, single- and emerging markets. In order to make its multi-buyer, and small business and programs more readily available, Ex-Im umbrella policies.

Bank works closely with many State and -loan guarantees which encourage local governments in its City/State sales to creditworthy foreign buyers by Program. providing private sector lenders in medium- and long-term transactions with Regional Offices Ex-Im Bank guarantees against the political and commercial risks of

The Export-Import Bank operates five nonpayment. Political-risk-only

regional offices, listed in the table guarantees are also available.

below.
Regional Offices-Export-Import Bank
Region

Address

Telephone

New York
Miami
Chicago
Houston
Los Angeles

Suite 635, 6 World Trade Ctr., New York, NY 10048
P.O. Box 590570, Miami, FL 33159
Suite 2440, 55 W. Monroe St., Chicago, IL 60603
Suite 585, Ashford Crossing II, 1880 S. Dairy Ashford, Houston, TX 77077
Suite 1670, 1 World Trade Ctr., Long Beach, CA 90831

212-466-2950 305-526-7425 312-353-8081 713-589-8182 310-980_4580

For further information, contact the Export-Import Bank, International Business Development Office, 811 Vermont Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20571. Phone, 202-565-3900; or 800-565-3946 (toll-free).

FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION
1501 Farm Credit Drive, McLean, VA 22102-5090
Phone, 703-883-4000

Farm Credit Administration Board:
Chairman
Members of the Board

Secretary to the Board

MARSHA PYLE MARTIN
DOYLE L. COOK, (VACANCY)
FLOYD J. FITHIAN

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