Fully utilize authorities under Public Land Corps Act of 1993 and Youth Conservation Corps Act of 1970 to employ, educate, and engage young people from the AAPI community.
Initiate a strategic recruitment plan targeting AAPI communities and newspapers, and share employment opportunities with AAPI organizations.
Review internal and external data disaggregation practices and explore potential for replication of best practices and systems
Provide information and the scientific understanding that will help protect communities by significantly reducing the vulnerability of millions of people to natural hazards.
Conduct baseline assessment of applications for grants and awarding of funds to AAPI-serving organizations and communities.
Conduct inventory of agency language capability/intercultural skills, and recruit, retain, and train employees in languages and intercultural skills of the AAPI communities we serve.
The Agency Chief Acquisition Officer (CAO), Senior Procurement Executives (SPEs), Small Business Directors; and/or Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) will work together 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 ...more »
Provide workshop, training, and development opportunities for AAPI staff.
Strengthen relationship and improve communication and coordination with the Native Hawaiian community by developing a consultation policy with the Native Hawaiian community.
Develop protocols within offices of public affairs or external communications to translate (or develop other media - video, webinars, radio announcements - for) public service announcements, press releases, and other information into AAPI languages.
Empower insular communities and oversee Federal assistance to the U.S. Insular Areas by decreasing petroleum usage in the insular areas.
Improve water quality for insular areas.