By Vin Gurrieri (January 6, 2017, 8:45 PM EST) -- While the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has not been at the forefront of President-elect Donald Trump's agenda to this point, the commission could soon face alterations to its strategic plan and budget cuts once the new administration and Republican-controlled Congress are in place.
In October, prior to Trump's surprise electoral victory, the EEOC laid out its vision for the next four years in its strategic enforcement plan, or SEP, which outlined the agency's priorities for 2017–2021.
While the incoming administration or the new Congress may not necessarily overhaul the agency or force it to scrap its SEP, they will have...
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