Ten-Year Check-Up: Have Federal Agencies Responded to Civil Rights Recommendations?

Volume II: An Evaluation of the Departments of Justice, Labor, and Transportation


This report was prepared by the Office of Civil Rights Evaluation under the direction of Terri A. Dickerson, assistant staff director for civil rights evaluation. Margaret Butler, civil rights analyst, Wanda Johnson, civil rights analyst, and Sock-Foon MacDougall, social scientist, researched and wrote the report. Eileen Rudert, social scientist, served as team leader. Others who contributed to the report include Manuel Alba, social scientist, Monique Dennis-Elmore, civil rights analyst, Latrice Foshee, civil rights analyst, and Teresa Brooks, secretary. Brian Taylor, clerk, and two interns, Caroline Kate Fallon, University of California, Davis, California, and Michael Wolf, Columbia University, New York, New York, also worked on the project.

The report was reviewed for legal sufficiency by Barbara de La Viez, attorney-advisor, and Kirk Perry, civil rights analyst, both of whom are in the Office of General Counsel. Editorial review was performed by Barbara Fontana, librarian; Angus St. Hilaire, social scientist, Eastern Regional Office; and Arthur Palacios, civil rights analyst, Western Regional Office. Dawn Sweet, editor, prepared this report for final publication.

The Commission is also grateful to Kevin Malone, special assistant to the director, Civil Rights Center, U.S. Department of Labor; J. Griffin Crump, internal liaison, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, U.S. Department of Labor; Loretta King, deputy assistant attorney general, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice; and Marc Brenman, senior policy advisor, Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Transportation; for serving as liaisons between the Commission and their agencies. Their assistance greatly contributed to the completion of this report.