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With a requested $18 million budget increase for 2011, the EEOC’s focus on systemic discrimination cases will likely continue for years to come, putting increased pressure on employers to proactively address potential company-wide barriers to equal employment opportunity. The EEOC, the government agency responsible for enforcing federal anti-discrimination laws, already received a $23 million funding increase in its FY 2010 budget to step up enforcement efforts, including enforcement related to systemic discrimination.

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