Diversity Mr. Stubblefield
Mr. Warren S. Whitlock
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army


Mission is to maintain Army as a model of diversity by providing a culture that values diversity and inclusion and an environment free from unlawful discrimination and prohibited behaviors, to maximize the readiness potential of every soldier, civilian and family member, thru policy development, practice, workforce analysis and outreach

Key Responsibilities

Oversight of Army's Diversity, EEO, EO and Command Leadership Programs stems from ASA (M&RA), and is governed by Title VII, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act as amended, Title 10 USC, and US Army General Order 3 which includes the overall supervision of manpower and reserve component affairs of the Department of the Army

  • EEO Mission: Promote, support, and institutionalize Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) in the workplace through compliance with applicable Federal laws and guidelines.
  • Diversity Mission: Develop and implement a strategy that contributes to mission readiness while transforming and sustaining the Army as a national leader in diversity.
  • Diversity Vision: The national leader in embracing the strengths of diverse people in an inclusive environment investing in and managing talent, valuing individuals and developing culturally astute Soldiers and Civilians who enhance our communities and are prepared for human dimensions of leadership and global engagements. Army Diversity Office of the DASA ORG Chart


Policy Letters
Program Areas
EEO Policy and Programs Diversity Policy and Programs
Command Policy & Leadership Programs EEO Complaints Compliance and Review
CP 28
Quick Links
Mandatory EEO Training

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