Established in 1994, the National Coalition for Equity in Public Service (NCEPS) is a joint initiative of the seven national
orgranizations that promote the participation and advancement of minority and women managers and employees in the Federal Government.
NCEPS is composed of the elected officers of the following organizations:
National Image, Inc.
Society of American Indian Government Employees
Chairman Fredericka Joseph
Blacks In Government
President Dr. Doris P. Sartor
Federal Asian Pacific American Council
President Olivia Adrian
Federally Employed Women
President Karen Rainey
|NCEPS jointly monitors and represents minorities and women on such issues as equal employement opportunity policies and practices, implementation of the No Fear Act, SES candidate development programs and other Federal recruitment initiatives, workforce management, outsourcing, and civil rights in general such as monitoring the Government's service to and treatment of minority Americans and immigrants.|
The National Coalition for Equity in Public Service (NCEPS) calls for an end to the partial government shutdown. The six national non-profit organizations that promote the participation and advancement of minority and women managers and employees in the Federal Government provided letters to the United States President; Majority Leader of the United States Senate; and the Speaker of the House to immediately end the shutdown and let hard-working civil servants get back to work.