CBP Employee: Employees with disabilities who desire accommodations shall: 1) Request an accommodation either orally or in writing to his or her immediate supervisor, another supervisor or manager in his/her chain of command, or to a PDO staff member; 2) Provide an interactive evaluation and accommodation recommendation from their treating health care provider, if requested; and 3) Provide a description of the accommodation requested, if known, and the explanation of how it would enable him or her to perform the job.
CBP Prospective Employee: An applicant for employment with CBP who has received a final selection letter and requires an accommodation to perform job duties or to access a benefit of employment (e.g., training, office-sponsored events, emergency evacuation), shall email a Request for Reasonable Accommodation to PDOTaskings@cbp.dhs.gov.
CBP Applicant: The reasonable accommodation process begins for an applicant, when the applicant, or someone acting on his/her behalf, presents a request for accommodation either orally or in writing to the Indianapolis or Minneapolis Hiring Center or to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) when OPM is the agency that is administering assessments to applicants.
For additional information, employees should contact their servicing DCR Officer.
CBP’s reasonable accommodation procedures may be accessed at CBP Directive No. 51713-007A - Reasonable Accommodation Procedures for Applicants and Employees with Disabilities.