CAP maintains an archive of press releases, news items and other articles about topics of interest in the disability arena.
The EEOC and OPM have released a joint memorandum highlighting important revisions to the SF-256.
Effective October 1, 2018, CAP will no longer provide sit-to-stand workstations and associated sit-to-stand accessories, such as monitor arms and platform extensions for sit-to-stand workstations to any individuals in any agency.
Effective October 1, 2018, all reasonable accommodation requests submitted to CAP will require an approval e-mail from an approving official or agency personnel that are authorized to approve reasonable accommodations on behalf of employees at your agency or component.
Summer 2018 edition of our CAPtions newsletter.
The EEOC Excel Conference (EXamining Conflicts in Employment Laws) is taking place in Washington D.C. on July 10-12. CAP will be in attendance and presenting.
We are saddened to share with you the news of the passing of Stephen M. King, former director of the Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program.
After 42 years of government service, 19 of those spent with the Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP), Assessment Team Chief Sharon Terrell-Lindsay is heading off to a well-earned retirement.
This Women’s History Month, CAP is remembering the life and achievements of Judy Gilliom, a former Department of Defense Disability Program Manager. It is through Judy Gilliom’s vision and work that CAP was created.
In honor of Women’s History Month, CAP is emphasizing the experiences and contributions of some of CAP’s female government staff members. In this interview, we spoke with Program Analyst Khera Colbert and Assessment Team Chief Sharon Terrell-Lindsay.
In honor of Black History Month 2018: African Americans in Times of War, CAP presents an interview with CAP Director Curtis Bell and Program Analyst Jerome Lyons, focusing on the military experiences of both team members.