Catalog Number 34841F
13324 (Rev. 7-2012)
Form 13324
(Rev. 7-2012)
Department of the Treasury – Internal Revenue Service
Internal Revenue Service Civil Rights Assurance for
Sub-recipients under SPEC Partnership Agreements
(Print Name of Organization)
shall fulfill the obligations set
forth in this assurance in consideration of and for the purpose of obtaining
Federal property or other Federal financial assistance from a “Partner” under
agreement with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The “Sub-recipient” agrees:
To conduct its activities so that no person on the basis of race, color,
national origin, sex, age, or disability shall be excluded from
participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to
discrimination in the distribution of services and/or benefits provided
under this financial assistance program.
Within 30 days of any finding issued by a Federal or State court or by
a Federal or State administrative agency that the “Sub-recipient” has
discriminated on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or
disability in the delivery of its service or benefits, a copy of such
finding shall be forwarded to the IRS Civil Rights Division at the
following address:
Director, Civil Rights Division
IRS, AWSS EDI Operations
1111 Constitution Ave., NW - Room 2413
Washington, D.C. 20224
3. To inform the public that persons who believe they have been
discriminated against on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex,
age, or disability, in the distribution of services and benefits resulting
from this financial assistance program may file a written complaint
with the Director, Civil Rights Division, (see address above). Civil
Rights posters indicating the process for filing complaints of
discrimination for the public must be conspicuously displayed at all
times by the “Sub-recipient”.
To forward to the Civil Rights Division all complaints of discrimination
filed by the public against the “Sub-recipient” that is directly related to
the service and/or benefit provided by the IRS financial assistance
The partner and sub-recipients, its successors, transferees and assignees, upon
the breach or violation of this agreement, the IRS may, at its option: a) Terminate
or refuse to render or continue financial assistance for the aid of the property,
facility, project, service, or activity. b) Enforce this agreement by suit for specific
performance or by any other available remedy under the laws of the United
States or the State in which the breach or violation occurs.
Partners and sub-recipients receiving Federal financial assistance shall be
obligated to comply with this assurance for a period of one year from the date
signed or as long as the assistance is being provided.
The organizational official whose signature appears below is authorized to sign
this assurance and commit the “Sub-recipient” to the above provisions.
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Catalog Number 34841F
13324 Page 2 (Rev. 7-2012)
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