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Your unique insight offers a critical perspective that could help NSA solve the Nation's most pressing challenges.
Diversity is a collection of different perspectives. It’s the intelligence that grows from your religion and race, your traditions and social sensibilities, ethnicity, lifestyle, family structure, upbringing, and more. Combining it all, your unique insight offers a critical perspective that could help NSA solve the Nation’s most pressing challenges.
Special Emphasis ProgramsTo ensure that NSA continues to recruit, hire, and develop a diverse workforce, we have designed a number of special emphasis programs that celebrate who we are. These programs consist of training events, speakers, demonstrations, special menu items in our cafeterias, displays, panel discussions, and much more.
Special Emphasis Programs are currently in place for the following groups:
NSA also strives to provide a productive work environment for all employees, including those with special needs. Our Disability Affairs Office supports NSA employees by providing the following assistive technologies:
Sometimes it may be necessary for NSA to make a reasonable accommodation in either the duties of the job, or where and how the job tasks are performed. Examples of workplace reasonable accommodation are:
To learn more about diversity at NSA, visit the Diversity section on our main site.
Date Posted: Jan 15, 2009 | Last Modified: May 17, 2011 | Last Reviewed: May 17, 2011