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CAP continues to receive a high volume of requests for accommodations and has exhausted all funding for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2015.
Requests submitted today will be reviewed and processed accordingly, however will not be procured until funding is received for Fiscal Year 2016.
Due to the unprecedented number of requests we are currently processing, we strongly encourage you to contact your agency Disability Program Manager,
Case Manager or CAP Agency Point of Contact (POC) for assistance. CAP is a resource, however per the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, it is always the agency's
responsibility to provide reasonable accommodations to their employees with disabilities. For a list of POC's visit:
Because we understand that you, our customer, may be in urgent need of an item, it's important that we make you aware of these delays.
We do this, not to cause unnecessary concern or stress, but to provide the best customer service possible.
Contact us from 8am-5pm Eastern Time by phone at (703) 614-8416, (571) 384-5629 VP, or anytime by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the nation's largest employer, the Federal government 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 Federal government, 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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