TSA’s Inclusion Action Committee Reveals Actions Taken and Planned to Improve Diversity – HS Today
A report by the Inclusion Action Committee (IAC) has highlighted ways that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) can improve its Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) policies, processes and culture.
The IAC was created in August 2020 by TSA Administrator David Pekoske in response to nationwide societal tensions, to directly engage employees and help ensure that TSA continues to be a fair and equitable organization built on mutual respect and open communication.
The Committee uses a four-phased approach:
Listen & Learn: Engage with TSA employees and external organizations to receive feedback and benefit from existing best practices for promoting D&I in the workplace.
Prioritize & Align: Review the data collected during the previous phase to identify initial areas of opportunity and develop a long-term sustainment strategy.
Action: Identify immediate implementable action recommendations and establish milestones to strengthen and sustain a successful TSA D&I model.
Sustainability: Identify recommendations designed to sustain Agency focus on training and establish the D&I enterprise structure.
TSA’s Inclusion Action Committee reveals actions taken and planned to improve diversity.