Promote employment opportunities and conduct analysis of AAPI applicants at all GS grade levels and SES.
Department of Agriculture
Conduct barrier analysis to hiring and recruitment at each grade level in each of the USDA mission areas and agencies/offices, and implement a focused strategy for those USDA agencies/offices with below CLF figures.
Increase USDA employees' understanding of the AAPI community through Diversity and Inclusion training on AAPI culture.
Improve training and development opportunities for AAPI employees as determined by attainment of Individual Development Plans (IDPs).
Develop consultation policy with the Native Hawaiian community.
Partner with AAGEN's SES Development Program to bolster the certification of qualified SES applicants from USDA.
Partner with community-based organizations that serve or target AAPI populations, offering smaller sized grants or loans as appropriate to attract a more diverse and larger number of partners and AAPI beneficiaries.
Conduct baseline assessment of applications for grants and awarding of funds to AAPI-serving organizations and communities (i.e. Hmong Farmers) within each USDA mission area and agency.
Increase the number of AAPI languages used in key USDA translated program materials.
Conduct pilot program for enhanced AAPI language services.
Map where AAPI farms and ranches are located; collect information about their characteristics; and analyze changes over time, including impact on USDA program participation.
Disaggregate AAPI data on employment and/or programs by Asian and NHPI subgroups for three mission areas (e.g, Rural Development, Farm Service Agency, and NRCS).