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If you need to utilize agency notary services, please call ahead prior to traveling to a Commission Office. Due to limited staffing, a notary is not guaranteed to be available during all business hours. Call ahead to ensure a staff notary will be available to assist you when you arrive..

For the safety of the public and staff, the NEOC is following COVID-19 precautions and recommended social distancing when interacting with the public. For these reasons we will not be shaking hands and will encourage phone and on-line interaction.

The Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission will hold its regularly scheduled Commission meeting on Friday,September 17, 2020 at 9:00 am in the basement training room of the office building at 1526 K Street. As an alternative to attending the meeting in-person, the public is invited to watch and observe the meeting online through our state platform, WebEx. Note: this method is for observing only. You will be unable to interact or participate in the meeting. See meeting guidelines for details.

September NEOC Meeting Guidelines

The agenda, which shall be kept continually current, will be available for public inspection at the Commission’s principal office located at 301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, Nebraska.  The final agenda will be available 24 hours prior to the meeting.

All agenda changes are indicated with red italics September Meeting Agenda

The final May Meeting minutes are available

The Draft August 2020 Minutes are available.

View the Open Meetings Act. (pdf)

View Public Reporting Documents(pdf)

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