An affirmative action-equal employment opportunity officer shall be appointed by the head of each executive agency.
The affirmative action-equal employment opportunity officer’s responsibilities must include determining annual goals, monitoring agency compliance, and providing consultation to managers regarding progress, deficiencies, and appropriate corrective action.
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The department shall report information in its annual workforce report relating to the implementation, continuance, updating, and results of each executive agency’s affirmative action plan for the previous fiscal year.
The annual workforce report must also include data for each executive agency relating to employment levels among women, minorities, and individuals who have a disability.
You may download a copy of the Board Rules at this link: LAC 46v19 Board Rules 092015 Statements of Position The following statements of position provide additional guidance on the named topics.Notice of Intent – Proposed Rule Amendments – July 2017 ANNOTATED TEXT of Proposed Rule Amendments – July 2017 Written comments on the proposed amendments will be accepted until p.m. Saux, CPA, CGMA Executive Director State Board of Certified Public Accountants of Louisiana 601 Poydras Street, Suite 1770 New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 Information About the “Louisiana Accountancy Act” and Board Rules The state statutes that establish the State Board and provide for its authority to license and regulate CPAs in Louisiana are collectively called the Louisiana Accountancy Act.Updates to the statutes were adopted by the Louisiana Legislature during the 2016 Regular Legislative Session, and included changes to qualifications to sit for the CPA examination, allowing firm mobility, enabling the Board to add a CPA-Retired status, fee structure and schedule changes, and updating the definition of attest engagements.It is the policy of this state to assist in providing the assurance of equal employment opportunity through programs of affirmative and positive action that will allow full utilization of women, minorities, and individuals who have a disability.The head of each executive agency shall develop and implement an affirmative action plan in accordance with rules adopted by the department and approved by a majority vote of the Administration Commission before their adoption.As of July 20, 2017 you will be able to access the publication free-of-charge at the state register’s website at Louisiana Register 2017. 3(A)(2) for a public hearing must be made in writing and received by the Board within 20 days of July 20, 2017.