Human Capital

Anti-Harassment Program

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How do I file a report of alleged harassment?

What happens after I file a report of alleged harassment?

    Who can I contact to...

    These contacts constitute an act of reporting

    These contacts DO NOT constitute an act of reporting


    Information and Resources

    Training and Events

    • Free Skillsoft online training available through DOI Talent:
      — Sexual Harassment Prevention for Employees
      — Sexual Harassment Prevention for Federal Employees
      — Sexual Harassment Prevention for Federal Managers
    • Dr. Kate Clancy presentation on the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine Committee's consensus study report on Sexual Harassment of Women — Recording
    • Town Hall September 5, 2018 2pm ET — For details visit @theCore Employee Announcement posted on 08/20/2018

    From the Director…

    The U.S. Geological Survey will not tolerate offensive sexual or non-sexual harassing behavior against any employee, intern, volunteer, contractor or other non-federal employee, visitor, or other member of the public. And will not tolerate adverse treatment of employees because they report harassing misconduct or provide information related to such complaints. Harassing Misconduct is unwelcome conduct, verbal or physical, including intimidation, ridicule, insult, comments, or physical conduct, that is based on an individual’s protected status or protected activities, when the behavior can reasonably be considered to adversely affect the work environment; or an employment decision affecting the employee is based upon the employee’s acceptance or rejection of such conduct.


    Jo-Ann Dominique — Mobile phone number: 916-995-3150


    Jo-Ann Dominique

    Anti-Harassment Program Manager
    Phone: 703-648-7452