AbilityOne and the Employment of the Blind and Severely Disabled: Examination of a Federal Program


Kimberly Elson (Editor)

Series: Disability and the Disabled – Issues, Laws and Programs
BISAC: SOC029000

Federal agencies need to exercise strong oversight to promote effectiveness and efficiency and prevent waste, fraud, and abuse—especially in a federal procurement program such as this, which is exempt from full and open competition requirements. This book focuses on the GAO examining how the AbilityOne Commission directs and oversees the CNAs, adds products and services to the program and assigns affiliates to provide them, and prices program projects. The book also focuses on the FY2010-2014 AbilityOne strategic plan and the procurement guide. (Imprint: Novinka )

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Employing People With Blindness or Severe Disabilities: Enhanced Oversight of the AbilityOne Program Needed

FY2010-2014 AbilityOne Strategic Plan
(U.S. AbilityOne Commission)

AbilityOne Procurement Guide
(U.S. AbilityOne Commission)


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