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Thomas D. Robinson, Chairperson
Tina Ballard, Executive Director

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Operations Memos

Operations Memorandum Number 20 (PDF): Temporary Administrative and General Support Services under the Basic Ordering Agreement

Operations Memorandum Number 20 provides the procedures to be followed by Federal customers, central nonprofit agencies, and nonprofit agencies when using the Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) to order or provide Temporary Administrative and General Support Services (referred to below as "temporary administrative services") that are on the U.S. AbilityOne Commission® Procurement List.

Operations Memorandum Number 21 (PDF): Guidance on Nonprofit Agency Establishment of Subcontract Relationships for Current or Potential Procurement List Projects:

This memorandum provides guidance on the procedures to be followed by CNAs and NPAs when seeking and establishing subcontracts with commercial firms or nonprofit agencies to assist them in fulfilling AbilityOne® contract requirements.

Operations Memorandum Number 22 (PDF): Guidance on the Addition of Co-Branded Products to the Procurement List

This purpose of the co-brand initiative is to provide the Federal customer with the choice of one or more nationally-recognized branded products in addition to, or in lieu of, an "essentially the same" (ETS) generic products, with the bounds of the AbilityOne Program.

Committee Price Change Notice (PDF) for AbilityOne Staffing Services (as of September 1, 2005)

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