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THE NOTIFICATION AND FEDERAL EMPLOYEE ANTI-DISCRIMINATION AND RETALIATION ACT (NO FEAR ACT)
THE NOTIFICATION AND FEDERAL EMPLOYEE ANTI-DISCRIMINATION
AND RETALIATION ACT (NO FEAR ACT)


President George W. Bush signed the No Fear Act on May 15, 2002. The purpose of the No Fear Act is to increase federal agencies accountability regarding discriminatory acts and retaliation filed with them. The No Fear Act of 2002 requires agencies to post certain statistical information on their public websites concerning employment discrimination complaints. Agencies are also required to post current fiscal year information on a cumulative basis with quarterly updates. Additionally, year-end statistical data for the previous five years must be posted for comparison purposes. The No Fear Act is very comprehensive and covers all phases of the complaint process. The report that follows depicts the formal complaint activity for the National Science Foundation as outlined below:

I. Complaint data by fiscal year for previous five year period (1999-2003)

A. Total number of complaints
B. The status of these complaints
C. The amount of funds expended for settlement
D. The amount of attorney's fees
E. Number of employees disciplined



II. Current complaint data (3rd Qtr. FY 04)

A. Total number of complaints
B. Total number of employees filing complaints
C. Total number of employees filing multiple complaints


NOFEAR DATA