DCI consultants are seasoned professionals with extensive experience in assisting employers and law firms comply with affirmative action and EEO discrimination requirements.
Harold M. Busch
Vice President, Government Relations
Harold Busch provides consulting services to employers with a specific emphasis in government relations, affirmative action plan development and implementation and comprehensive self-audits to prepare contractors for Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program evaluations. Mr. Busch also provides strategic advice to contractors during ongoing OFCCP compliance evaluations.
Mr. Busch also provides staff services to The Center For Corporate Equality, a national nonprofit association dedicated to promoting affirmative action, equal employment regulatory compliance and other human resource management strategies to create diverse organizations free from workplace bias.
Mr. Busch was employed by the federal government for more than thirty years, serving more than ten (10) years in the Senior Executive Service level. During his career he received numerous achievement awards and commendations before retiring in 2005. For more than ten years, he was the Director of the Division of Program Operations with the OFCCP's national office in Washington, D.C. Mr. Busch also served in several other executive positions with the Agency, including the Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary and Acting Deputy Director for the OFCCP in which he was responsible for planning, directing and coordinating enforcement operations across the U.S. He also served as the Acting Regional Director of the OFCCP's Northeast Region for 2 years prior to his retirement.
Mr. Busch lectures on EEO law at Cornell University's New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations in New York City, where he has trained hundreds of human resource professionals and EEO investigators from government and private industry. He speaks extensively to employer and industry groups on EEO and affirmative action issues.
Mr. Busch has a Ed.M. degree from the Rutgers University Graduate School of Education in New Jersey, where he also received his B.A. degree.