Honoring 43 Years of Mission Readiness
The White House Guidelines on Religious Exercise and Religious Expression in the Federal Workplace, issued in 1997, provide guidelines for civilian federal employees that are clear, jargon-free, and offer several examples regarding religious displays, including religious texts kept in the workplace, posters, etc...
White House Guidelines on Religious Exercise and Religious Expression in the Federal Workplace
The following articles are produced by a variety of civilian organizations. They are offered here for informational purposes only and should not be considered the policy of the Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), or the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI), unless otherwise specified.
The ‘Christmas Wars’: Holiday displays and the federal courts
From the Ten Commandments to Christmas Trees: Public religious displays and the courts (Q&A)
Religious displays and the courts (Legal backgrounder)
Workplace religious liberty
Ten commandments, other displays, and mottos
"The December Dilemma": December holiday guidelines for public schools
Religious accommodation in the workplace
The Ten Commandments Controversy: A First Amendment perspective