Earlier this week we reported on the EEOC’s new “digital charge” system. The EEOC has issued a press release announcing it will now, on a nationwide basis, share position statements with charging parties. In the past, many EEOC offices would provide a verbal summary of the employer’s position statement to the charging party but would not share the document with him/her. That has now changed. Apparently the EEOC “may” redact confidential information before providing it to the charging party, so employers should clearly indicate information they consider confidential, including any attachments submitted with the position statement. The policy is effective as of January 1 of this year, so any position statements submitted since then could be shared with charging parties.