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U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission



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Figure 1

Line graph depicting % of EEO Directors that report directly to agency head. For FY 2010 - 78.00%; FY 2009 - 74.20%; for FY 2008 - 64.94%; for FY 2007 - 60.60%; and for FY 2006 - 60.50%.

Figure 2

Bar graph depicting Completed Counselings, complaints filed and number of complainants.
For FY 2010 - 40,563 completed counselings; 17,583 complaints filed by 16,480 individuals;
For FY 2009 - 39,038 completed counselings; 16,947 complaints filed by 15,825 individuals;
For FY 2008 - 38,898 completed counselings; 16,752 complaints filed by 15,539 individuals;
For FY 2007 - 37,809 completed counselings; 16,363 complaints filed by 15,294 individuals; and
For FY 2006 - 38,824 completed counselings; 16,723 complaints filed by 15,359 individuals.

Figure 3

Line graph depicting the average days to do an investigation government-wide.
For FY 2010 - 181 days;
For FY 2009 - 185 days;
For FY 2008 - 180 days;
For FY 2007 - 176 days; and
For FY 2006 - 186 days.

Figure 4

Bar graph depicting monetary benefits awarded in the formal complaint stage.
For FY2010 there were $46.9 million dollars total aarded in the formal complaint process of which $20.2 million was paid as lump sum payments, $13.9 million dollars for compensatory damages and 10.2 million was paid in attorney's fees.
For FY 2009 there were $41.7 million dollars total awarded in the formal complaint process, of which $15.7 million was paid as lump sum payments, $10.2 million was for compensatory damages and $12 million was paid in attorney fees.
For FY 2008 there were $41.2 million dollars total awarded in the formal complaint process, of which $17.2 million was paid as lump sum payments, $8.7 million was for compensatory damages and $11.3 million was paid in attorney fees.
For FY 2007 there were $36.4 million dollars total, of which $14.9 was in lump sum payments, $5.5 million for compensatory damages and $8.9 million for attorney fees.
And for FY 2006 there were $32.6 million dollars total, of which $15.9 was in lump sum payments, $5.7 million for compensatory damages and $9.2 million for attorney fees.

Figure 5

Line graph depicting the number of cases in inventory at the hearing stage.
For FY 2010 there were 7,164 cases in inventory; FY 2009 there were 6,997 cases in inventory; in FY 2008 6,488 cases; in FY 2007 5,505 cases, and in FY 2006 4,912 cases in inventory at the hearing stage.

Figure 6

Horizontal bar graph depicting the number of hearing requests and total complaints filed by year.
For FY2010, there were 17,583 complaints filedand 7,707 hearing requests made.
For FY 2009, there were 16,947 complaints filed and 7,277 hearing requests made.
For FY 2008, there were 16,752 total complaints filed and 8,036 hearing requests made.
For FY 2007, there were 16,363 total complaints filed and 7,869 hearing requests made.
And for FY 2006, there were 16,723 total complaints filed and 7,802 hearing requests made.

Figure 7

Bar graph depicting the average processing days for hearings and the average age of the pending inventory at the end of the fiscal year.
For FY2010, it took 332 days for a hearing and the average age of the pending inventory was 380 days.
For FY 2009, it took 294 days for a hearing and the aveage age of the pending inventory was 377 days.
For FY 2008, it took 262 days for a hearing and the average age of hte pending inventory was 332 days.
For FY 2007, hearings took an average of 248 days and the average age of the pending inventory was 276 days.
And in FY 2006, hearings took an average of 274 days and the average age of the pending inventory was 202 days.

Figure 8

Bar graph depicting the monetary benefits awarded at the hearings stage.
For FY 2010, there were $63.1 million dollars total awarded at the hearing stage, of which $17.5 million dollars was for compensatory damages and $15.1 million was paid for attorney's fees.
For FY 2009, there were $44.5 million dollars total awarded at th hearing stage, of which $11.4 million dollars was for compensatory damages and $9.7 million dollars wer paid for attorney's fees.
For FY 2008, there were $ 104.7 million dollars total awarded of which $10.1 was for compensatory damages and $14.6 million was paid for attorney's fees. There was a large class action settlement included in the total benefits for this year.
For FY 2007, there were $39.9 million dollars total paid of which $9.2 was for compensatory damages and $6.8 were for attorney's fees.
And in FY 2006, there were $51.9 million dollars total, of which $8.7 million was for compensatory damages and $10.4 million was for attorney's fees.

Figure 9

Line graph depicting the number of cases in the appellate inventory.
In FY 2010, there were 3,671 cases; in FY 2009, there were 3,733 cases; in FY 2008, there were 3,275 cases; in FY 2007, there were 3,496 cases; and in FY 2006, there were 3,887 cases.

Figure 10

Horizontal bar graph depicting the number of Appeals receipts and the total number of complaint closures.
In FY 2010, there were 17,124 complaint closures and 4,545 appeal receipts;
In FY 2009, there were 16,134 complaint closures and 4,745 appeal receipts;
In FY 2008, there were 16,654 complaint closures and 5,082 appeal receipts;
In FY 2007, there were 15,805 complaint closures and 5,226 appeal receipts; and
In FY 2006, there were 19,119 complaint closures and 6,743 appeal receipts.

Figure 11

Horizontal bar graph depicting the number of appeal closures by statute as set forth in the previous text.

Figure 12

Bar graph depicting the the average processing days on appeal and average age of pending inventory.
For FY 2010, the average number of processing days was 292 and average age of pending inventory was 358 days;
In FY 2009 - 290 days and 302 days avg pending age;
In FY 2008 - 278 days and 298 days avg pending age;
In FY 2007 - 230 days and 305 days avg pending age; and
In FY 2006 - 220 days and 205 days average pending age.

Figure 13

Bar graph depicting the monetary benefits awarded in the appellate stage.
In FY 2010, $5.3 million dollars total were awarded, of which $1.8 million was compensatory damages and $1.1 million was attorney's fees;
In FY 2009, $8.5 million dollars total were awarded, of which $ 2.2 million was compensatory damages and $1.6 million was attorney's fees;
In FY 2008, $12.3 million dollars total was awarded, of which $2.8 million was compensatory damages and $2.9 million was attorney's fees;
In FY 2007, $10.7 million dollars total was awarded, of which $2.5 million was compensatory damages and $1.6 million was attorney's fees; and
In FY 2006, $11.7 million dollars toal was awarded, of which $3.2 million was compensatory damages and $2.4 million was attorney's fees.