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Civil Rights

In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Mississippi Department of Transportation assures that no persons on the basis of race, color, and national origin, including the denial of meaningful access for limited English proficient (LEP) persons shall not be discriminated against under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

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The Mission of the Office of Civil rights is to ensure equal opportunity in employment by encouraging workforce diversity and eliminating unlawful discrimination in benefits, business opportunities and services.
The Office of Civil Rights was created to bring together under one umbrella all the civil rights functions of the agency. The Division is charged with oversight of the agencies Title VI activities, the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program, the On-the-Job Training Program, Internal Equal Employment Opportunity compliance, External Contract Compliance, and the American with Disabilities Act compliance.
 
One of the main objectives of the Division is to ensure that the agency maintains an enjoyable work environment free from discrimination, retaliation, and hostility. We want to ensure that every employee is given equal opportunity to participate in training, promotions, and any other activities that will serve to enhance and develop the employee into a more well-rounded individual and a better MDOT employee.  Read More

MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


401 North West Street, Jackson, Mississippi 39201

Telephone: 601-359-7249  Fax: 601-359-7834

Permits: 601-359-1717

Department Of Public Safety (Driver License): 601-987-1212

Contact Us: Online Submission Form
Melinda McGrath, P.E. » Executive Director
Mark McConnell, P.E. » Deputy Executive Director, Chief Engineer
Lisa Hancock » Deputy Executive Director, Administration




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