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Keep up to date with CAP news with CAPtions, CAP's newsletter highlighting developments in assistive technology, disability policy, and general news that impacts accessibility for employees with disabilities in the Department of Defense (DoD). 

To view the latest CAPtions newsletter, see the “related documents" section on the left of the screen. 



  • CAPtions 2022 Volume 2
    This edition of CAPtions covers National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), Information on CAP's new Director,  and more!
  • CAPtions 2022 Volume 1
    This edition of CAPtions covers Brain Injury Awareness Month, CAP Needs Assessments, Assistive Technology Devices for Your Telework Environment, and more!
  • CAPtions 2021 Volume 2
    This edition of CAPtions covers CAP’s Virtual Summit, the availability of clear masks, information about the Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP), and more!
  • CAPtions 2021 Volume 1
    This issue features articles on CAP's BPA updates, different ergonomic stretches, and rheumatoid arthritis awareness.
  • CAPtions 2020 Volume 2
    This issue features articles on the ADA's 30th anniversary, teleworking, and COVID-19.
  • CAPtions 2020 Volume 1
    This issue features articles regarding NDEAM, WRP, and PAC accommodations.
  • CAPtions 2019 Volume 2
    This issue features news items regarding the latest Windows 10 update, CAP's sit to stand policy, and the WRP program.
  • CAPtions 2019 Volume 1
    This issue features important changes to CAP Policy and highlights our recently signed DoD Instruction 1000.31.
  • CAPtions Winter 2018
    This issue features tips on fostering self-identification in the workplace and information on Personal Assistance services. Also included is a spotlight on disability rights advocate John Williams and a recap of CAP's 2017 Stakeholders Report.
  • CAPtions Summer 2018
    This edition of CAPtions highlights the retirement of Sharon Terrell-Lindsay, CAP support of Employment Initiatives, and highlighting Assistive Technology (AT) videos provided by CAP.
  • CAPtions Spring 2018
    In this memorial issue, CAP pays tribute to former director Dinah F.B. Cohen, whose guidance and hard work continues to shape the program today.
  • CAPtions Fall 2017
    Meet the new CAP director! Also included in this issue, DOL Senior Policy Advisor Nadia Ibrahim tells CAP that her Service dog Watson is more than a best friend. See what events CAP participated in during NDEAM and learn what's new with CAP.
  • CAPtions Summer 2017
    What causes scoliosis? Find out in the latest edition of CAPtions! Also included is a case study focusing on workplace ergonomics, a briefing of the DoD-wide Windows 10 transition, and learn why Federal Employee/Disability Advocate Regina Blye says that resources like CAPTEC are essential. Click here to view.
  • CAPtions Spring 2017
    Featuring updates to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, a look into CAP's recent outreach activities, how to address low vision with assistive technology, and a highlight of National Park Service Week.
  • CAPtions Winter 2017
    Articles include: Military Programs Collaborate to Combat Traumatic Brain Injuries, CAP's Accommodation Procurement Process, CAP Presidential Trivia and Are You Experiencing Tinnitus?
  • CAPtions Fall 2016
    Articles include: CAP Leadership Transition, JAN and CAP: Two Effective Programs, Even Better Together, CAP Supports Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and CAP Hits the Road.
  • CAPtions Summer 2016
    Articles include: CAP Briefs Small Agency Council Committee, CAP Director Briefs Department of State Visitor Program on Disability and Accessibility, CAP Celebrates 15 Years of Support Services for Non-DoD Partner Agencies and CAPTEC Celebrates 20th Anniversary.
  • CAPtions Spring 2016
    Articles include: CAP Hosts 25th Anniversary Symposium, CAP Celebrates National Park Week, and CAP Travels to the West Coast.
  • CAPtions Winter 2016
    Articles include: Black Disability History: Recognizing Claiborne D. Haughton, Jr., Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) and Digital Eyestrain, CAPTEC, CAP Refreshes Online Training Courses, and Stay Connected to CAP
  • CAPtions Fall 2015
    Kameelah Montgomery Receives Defense Department Award, Public Accessibility & Communication (PAC) Initiative, CAP Celebrates 15 Years of Supporting Federal Partner Agencies, CAP's New Online Chat Feature
  • CAPtions Summer/Fall 2015
    National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Come to Work Spotlight—Hiring Initiatives: The Workforce Recruitment Program, Stay at Work Spotlight—CAP’s Telework Initiative, Return to Work Spotlight—Re-issued DoD Instruction for Wounded, Ill and Injured Service Members Upcoming Events
  • CAPtions Spring 2015
    Articles include: "CAP's Updated Mission, Vision and Core Values", "CAP Service Member Initiative", "Remote Assessments", "Accommodating Federal Employees with Work-Related Injuries", "Upcoming Events."
  • CAPtions Winter 2015
    Articles include:"When is Medical Documentation Needed?", "What Products Can I Use at My Agency?", "Videophone Update", "Basic Computer Use without Sight."
  • CAPtions Fall 2014
    Articles include:"Celebrating 25 Years of Increasing Accessibility and Opportunity", "CAP Accommodates Workers’ Compensation Claimants", "Term and Temporary Appointments", and "What Types of Assistive Technology Can be Found on the CAP Website?"
  • CAPtions Spring 2014
    Articles include: CAP Appoints New Director, How to Speed up Your CAP Request, CAP Expands Services, What is a Disability?, We've Updated our FAQs, and Upcoming Events.
  • CAPtions Summer 2014
    Articles include: CAP Offers On-site Assessments in DC Area, Using Quick Tips to Answer Frequently Asked Questions, CAP Partners with the U.S. Forest Service to Increase Public Accessibility, Using CAP Resources to Plan for NDEAM, U.S. Access Board Visits CAPTEC, and Upcoming Events.