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When we dug into our procurement data as part of our equity analysis, the results were encouraging, but also identified some areas where there is room for improvement.
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The Department of Labor has a unique role in ensuring that U.S. labor and employment policies support all workers, especially those who have historically faced discrimination, disadvantage, and exclusion.
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