Develop in-language materials to reach LEP individuals, including those in the AAPI community, about agency activities and grant programs.
Increase participation rate of AAPIs in fellowship, internship, and/or study programs by partnering with AANAPISIs, trade schools, and apprentice programs.
Develop outreach and technical assistance plans to allow greater access for AAPI-serving organizations to DOL WB programs and office services.
Improve and implement uniform data disaggregation practices by reviewing Census data disaggregation practices and exploring potential for replication to relevant agency programs.
Provide sub-agencies with quarterly reports reflecting the onboard and separation data of AAPI employees to be utilized in creating retention strategies, as well as to understand reasons why AAPIs leave the Department.
Promote diversity and inclusion of AAPIs in DHS-wide leadership development programs by aligning diversity and inclusion strategies to advance workforce diversity, inclusion, and equal employment opportunity in all levels of federal employment.
Undertake efforts to increase full and meaningful participation by limited English proficient members of the public with respect to Federally conducted programs and activities.
Support regional USAPI population health surveillance efforts that define the burden of diabetes and tuberculosis (TB) by linking with ongoing efforts to reduce the burden of diabetes and TB comorbidity within the USAPI.
The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) will work to (1) partner with national AAPI business groups and technical assistance providers to ensure more AAPI small businesses are aware of agency contract and procurement opportunities; and (2) conduct at least 2 regional engagements with local Asian American chambers.
Develop partnerships with AAPI serving entities to increase AAPI access to DOL grants and programs.
Visit Federal agencies and departments to increase awareness about AANAPISIs.
Provide technical assistance on a voluntary basis to SEAS, LEAs, and IHEs.