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No FEAR Act

Definition/Scope: Law which requires agencies to make employees aware of discrimination and whistleblower protection laws. Agencies also must file an annual report detailing the number of discrimination or whistleblower cases filed against them, how the cases were resolved, the amount of settlements and the number of agency employees disciplined for discriminating against other workers or harassing them.



Used For:

Notification and Federal Employee Anti-Discrimination and Retaliation Act , 2002
Notification and Federal Employee Anti-Discrimination and Retaliation Act of 2001
P. L. 107-174

Broader Terms:

public laws, by designation*

Related Terms:

antidiscrimination laws
federal personnel
Treasury Judgment Fund
whistleblower protection laws


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