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JULY 2002Volume 4 Number 3

CSL Affirmative Action Plan 2002

On June 13, 2002, the State Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) approved the State Library's Affirmative Action Plan. This marked the 14th year of approval. In his letter to CHRO Director Cynthia Watts Elder, Kendall Wiggin stated: "For the second consecutive filing, two important short-term hiring goals were achieved during the past reporting period along with the promotion of two minority group individuals. Progress was made in the programmatic area of our upward mobility agenda with the establishment of the new position classification of Public Records Grant Programs Specialist. This progress was not easily made given a hiring freeze, a reduced position count, and limited personal services funding. Meaningful and successful outreach activities continued to be funded by our Division of Library Development and the Commission on the Arts." A copy of the State Library's Affirmative Action Policy Statement is available upon request.

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