NASA logo NASA Headquarters' Directives
HQPR 3713.1
Effective Date: May 25, 2016
Expiration Date: May 25, 2021
Responsible Office: LM
Reasonable Accommodation Procedures for Individuals with Disabilities
[<< back <<]

This document is uncontrolled when printed.
Check the NASA Online Directives Information System (NODIS) Library
to verify that this is the correct version before use.

Table of Contents | Preface | Chapter1 | Chapter2 | Chapter3 | Chapter4 | AppendixA | AppendixB | AppendixC

Table of Contents


P.1 Purpose
P.2 Applicability
P.3 Authority
P.4 Applicable Documents and Forms
P.5 Measurement/Verification
P.6 Cancellation

Chapter 1. Roles and Responsibilities

1.1 Employees
1.2 Supervisors
1.3 Disability Program Manager (DPM)
1.4 Reasonable Accommodation Team (REACT)

Chapter 2. The Reasonable Accommodation Request and Decision Process

2.1 Initiating the Request
2.2 Acknowledging the Request
2.3 Interactive Discussion
2.4 Determining whether Medical Documentation is Required
2.5 Employees Providing Medical Documentation
2.6 Making a Reasonable Accommodation Request Determination
2.7 Approving the Reasonable Accommodation Request
2.8 Denying the Reasonable Accommodation Request

Chapter 3. The Reasonable Accommodation Reconsideration and Appeal Process

3.1 Requesting a Reasonable Accommodation Reconsideration
3.2 Informing Supervior of Reconsideration Request
3.3 Making a Reconsideration Determination
3.4 Approving or Denying a Reconsideration
3.5 Requesting an Appeal
3.6 Making an Appeal Determination
3.7 Approving or Denying an Appeal
3.8 Reasonable Accommodation Request/Decision and Reconsideration/Appeal Flow Chart

Chapter 4. Statutory and Collective Bargaining Claims

4.1 Relationship with Statutory and Collective Bargaining Protections
4.2 Statutory Anti-Discrimination Remedies
4.3 Supervisory Recusals

Appendix A. How to Access NASA Forms 1699, 1699A, and 1699B

Appendix B. Acronyms

Appendix C. Form 1699B, Reasonable Accommodation Medical Evaluation Form

[<< back <<]