Fiscal Years 1990-1999
Fiscal Year 1999
CAP received Vice President Al Gore's Hammer Award. (White House Press Release)
CAP provided 2,807 accommodations.
Fiscal Year 1998
CAPTEC hosted over 1,900 visitors.
CAP published its first ergonomics workbook to assist employees in improving workstation layouts and physical behaviors.
CAP provided 2,585 accommodations.
Fiscal Year 1997
CAP received the 1996 Federal Technology Leadership Award.
CAP began to support requests for audio-visual captioning services.
CAP implemented an enhanced acquisition database tracking system to improve customer service requests.
CAP provided 2,279 accommodations.
Fiscal Year 1996
CAP deployed its first website.
CAP provided 1,880 accommodations.
Fiscal Year 1995
August 16, 1995: The Honorable William J. Perry, Secretary of Defense, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the new CAPTEC, located in the Pentagon.
CAP began to support requests and services for the Workforce Recruitment Program.
CAP provided 1,837 accommodations.
Fiscal Year 1994
June 14, 1994: The CAP Technology & Evaluation Center (CAPTEC) opened in Falls Church, VA.
CAP began to support requests and services for the Department of Defense Educational Activity and Flexiplace participants.
CAP provided 1,700 accommodations.
Fiscal Year 1993
CAP began to support requests and services for Training Centers, Military Treatment Facilities and the Exceptional Family Members Program.
CAP provided 1,115 accommodations.
Fiscal Year 1992
CAP began to fund requests for Interpreter Services for technology training sessions.
CAP provided 1,273 accommodations.
Fiscal Year 1991
CAP provided 859 accommodations.
Fiscal Year 1990
CAP was established on October 13, 1989, via the Memorandum for Comptrollers Offering for Funding.
CAP provided 1,372 accommodations.