The National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) submitted comments to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) in response to the Request for Information regarding the impact of automated surveillance and management in the workplace on workers’ rights, opportunities, health, and safety. NWLC wrote specifically to raise the ways in which working women, especially women of color and low-paid women, may be negatively impacted by the use of electronic surveillance and automated management (ESAM) systems in the workplace that threaten to exacerbate discrimination, lead to violations of employment and labor laws, and reduce job quality—and quality of life—for workers. ESAM tools may have outsized negative effects on women, people of color, and low-paid workers who, because of structural inequities in the workforce and society, tend to be disproportionately represented in industries in which potentially problematic use of ESAM may be likely, such as caregiving, hospitality, warehouses and call centers. We offer a series of recommendations for the Administration as it works to prevent and address these impacts, especially as a growing number of companies are using ESAM to hire and monitor their workforce.