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Commission Issues Two Compliance Policies, Invites Feedback on Proposed Participating Employee Eligibility Form – November 17, 2023

    Policy 51.400 - AbilityOne Commission Compliance Program

    Policy 51.403 - Determining Eligibility of Participating Employees

    Proposed Participating Employee Eligibility Form

    Federal Register Notice

Commission Issues FY 2023 Performance and Accountability Report – November 15, 2023

Commission Conducts Analysis Phase of Contract to Upgrade PLIMS – October 23, 2023

Commission to Hold Public Meeting on October 12, 2023

    Advance Agenda

    Updated Advance Slides


U.S. AbilityOne Commission Announces FY 2024 AbilityOne Program Fee Ceilings – September 28, 2023

National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2023 – Advancing Access and Equity – Celebrating 50 Years of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

Commission Awards Contract for Developing AbilityOne Program Career Planning Support Resources, Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Rehabilitation Act of 1973 – September 27, 2023

President Biden Appoints Scott R. Calisti, Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary (Contracting), U.S. Air Force, to the U.S. AbilityOne Commission – July 19, 2023

July 13, 2023 Public Meeting – U.S. AbilityOne Commission





President Biden Announces Intent to Appoint Scott R. Calisti, Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary (Contracting),
U.S. Air Force, to the
U.S. AbilityOne Commission
– June 16, 2023

Commission Report on Fort Bliss Competition Pilot Test – May 11, 2023

Commission Extends Comment Period Deadline for Notice of Proposed Rulemaking “Supporting Competition in the AbilityOne Program” to June 12, 2023

April 13, 2023 Public Meeting – U.S. AbilityOne Commission





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