For Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Chairwoman Jacqueline Berrien, the clock is ticking.

In her first six months on the job, Berrien has staked out an ambitious agenda. She’s vowed to reduce the agency’s formidable backlog of charges and to bring more high-impact cases involving widespread discrimination. The agency is also digging into the use of credit checks as a barrier to employment, finishing up regulations for the 2008 amendments to the Americans With Disabilities Act, and has laid out new rules dealing with genetic discrimination.

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