Develop consultation policy with the Native Hawaiian community.
Explore the possibility of developing a housing study specific to NHPIs in the top 10 metropolitan areas where NHPIs reside.
Coordinate with other POCs on dissemination activities in line with ED Agency Goals as seen in document for AAPI community. Continue outreach and community engagement with AAPI community (IRC/Monica Bates; Web Team/Edward Ohnemus).
Rigorously enforce civil rights statutes/laws that require equal access and non-discrimination in federal programs that involve grants, loans, contracts, financial aid and other benefits.
Establish a workgroup to create an action plan to notify AAPIs on options for SSA service.
Expand AAPI Federal employment opportunities through increased recruitment, retention, and promotion efforts by expanding relationships with affinity groups and mentoring programs to support the career development and paths to senior leadership for AAPI employees.
OSHA to continue to include nail, beauty salon health & safety work for Susan Harwood follow-on and/or targeted topic grants.
Conduct an assessment of the agency's translation capabilities and skills in AAPI languages.
Analyze and characterize AAPI participation rates.
Ensure that the glass ceiling of AAPIs in senior grades is addressed in the OPM Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives including continuing barrier analysis, mentoring, and other career development programs as recommended by OPM/EEOC.
Assess capability to disaggregate data into Asian and Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander sub-groups.
Increase participation rate of AANAPISI and other AAPI students in EPA student programs by
assessomg AANAPISI and other AAPI student participation in current EPA student programs and activities.
Disaggregate data by the categories defined in OMB Directive 15
Create streamlined process to ensure appropriate funding opportunities reach AAPI communities by developing national partnership program that includes community-based AAPI and NHPI organizations.
Improve delivery of services to LEP individuals who seek access to Treasury programs and services by developing in-language materials to reach the AAPI community about agency programs.