42 U.S.C. § 12117 : US Code - Section 12117: Enforcement

    (a) Powers, remedies, and procedures
      The powers, remedies, and procedures set forth in sections 2000e-
    4, 2000e-5, 2000e-6, 2000e-8, and 2000e-9 of this title shall be
    the powers, remedies, and procedures this subchapter provides to
    the Commission, to the Attorney General, or to any person alleging
    discrimination on the basis of disability in violation of any
    provision of this chapter, or regulations promulgated under section
    12116 of this title, concerning employment.
    (b) Coordination
      The agencies with enforcement authority for actions which allege
    employment discrimination under this subchapter and under the
    Rehabilitation Act of 1973 [29 U.S.C. 701 et seq.] shall develop
    procedures to ensure that administrative complaints filed under
    this subchapter and under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 are dealt
    with in a manner that avoids duplication of effort and prevents
    imposition of inconsistent or conflicting standards for the same
    requirements under this subchapter and the Rehabilitation Act of
    1973. The Commission, the Attorney General, and the Office of
    Federal Contract Compliance Programs shall establish such
    coordinating mechanisms (similar to provisions contained in the
    joint regulations promulgated by the Commission and the Attorney
    General at part 42 of title 28 and part 1691 of title 29, Code of
    Federal Regulations, and the Memorandum of Understanding between
    the Commission and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance
    Programs dated January 16, 1981 (46 Fed. Reg. 7435, January 23,
    1981)) in regulations implementing this subchapter and
    Rehabilitation Act of 1973 not later than 18 months after July 26,
    1990.