Diversity Overview

Commitment to Diversity

The U.S. Secret Service provides its Employees and Applicants with a full and fair opportunity for employment, career advancement and access to programs. We realize diversity is about more than race and gender. Diversity includes everyone, encompassing our unique differences as well as what we have in common. This is a continued Agency priority that is critical to our success. It is why we are a premiere Federal law enforcement Agency with a longstanding history of success driven by integrity, honor and dedication.

The U.S. Secret Service attracts and retains professionals of all backgrounds and experiences while also providing an inclusive environment to excel and succeed in their chosen field. This allows for a strong and agile workforce while helping each individual realize their full potential. Our commitment to maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace where all of our people, regardless of their backgrounds, can have rich and rewarding careers is an overarching goal that is embedded throughout our culture.

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Equal Employment opportunity

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) is a fundamental right of all Employees and Applicants for employment. Employees and Applicants are to be provided a full and fair opportunity for employment, career advancement and access to programs without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability (physical or mental), gender, age, sexual orientation, genetic information or parental status.

Reasonable Accommodation Policy

The U.S. Secret Service provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify the agency by calling 202-406-5800 or 1 888-813-USSS (8777).

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For further information, please contact the
Director, Office of Equal Opportunity.

United States Secret Service
Office of Equal Opportunity
245 Murray Ln, SW
Washington, DC 20223