EEOC case dumping scandal (1965–Today)

Table 10.10 Budgets and Manpower of EEOC, 1965–1976
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there should be no EEOC case dumping
 — Newt Gingrich

March 3, 1998
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Trust but Verify
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As we all know, the goal is to meet the numbers.
Cases are closed even though questions remain
whether there was discrimination.
If it is the end of the quarter, or the end of the fiscal year,
EEOC offices dump cases.
There is no other way to describe what happens

- Gabrelle Martin, Council President
February 2004
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Trust but Verify
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http://www.council216.org/docs/newsletters/204_216Works.pdf

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New staff, hired early in the year, rather than starving the employees
until it is too late in the year to do anything but dump cases,
 — Gabrielle Martin, Council President
September/ October 2009
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Trust but Verify
p.p.s.
http://www.council216.org/docs/newsletters/216WorksDraft9-09.pdf
President’s Viewpoint:
Meeting Challenges In The New Year
Challenge to New Chair

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at the San Francisco office. We understand that since 2009,
the number of EEOC investigators has decreased from 16 to 6.
- Elizabeth Kristen
March 20, 2013
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Trust but Verify
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