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PLEASE NOTE: Effective October 1, 2020 (FY21) CAP will no longer be funded to procure or provide Assistive Technology (AT) and AT devices to Non–DoD agencies (i.e. VA, USDA, DOL, DHS, etc.,). CAP will gladly conduct assessments, provide information, referrals and assist Non-DoD agencies in determining the appropriate AT and AT devices to be purchased by their agency. Due to this change in CAP’s scope we recommend that Non-DoD employees contact their agency Disability Program Manager (DPM), Reasonable Accommodations Coordinator (RCC) or Supervisor for assistance.
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The Department of Defense (DoD) is a dynamic environment which is impacted by rapid advances in technology, a results-driven economy, and an increased emphasis on customer service. To ensure that people with disabilities and wounded, ill and injured Service members have equal access to information and employment opportunities throughout the DoD, CAP provides assistive technology, enhances productivity and job retention, and introduces innovative technology that improves access for all users. CAP develops its Business Plans to update and convey our direction to our customers and other stakeholders. The plan establishes a baseline for aligning CAP priorities and processes with its mission, vision, goals, and strategies.
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