The AbilityOne Program has been providing high quality custodial service solutions for the Federal government since our first custodial services contract in 1974, which is still being performed today. This contract highlights the fundamental benefit of a long-term partnership with AbilityOne. While the commercial market turnover of contracts is 200–300% within the normal contract cycle, the average length of an AbilityOne janitorial contract exceeds 10 years.
AbilityOne’s national network of nonprofit agencies (NPAs) now service over 900 Federal custodial service contracts valued at over $600 million annually. Whatever the facility size, the AbilityOne Program can provide the services needed in every major city throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and Guam.
AbilityOne Custodial services include:
Why customers choose AbilityOne:
Green Cleaning Program
“Clean and Green” is a green cleaning program throughout AbilityOne’s janitorial contracts. With comprehensive knowledge of green cleaning practices and the use of environmentally sound products, AbilityOne focuses on providing a safe, healthy and inviting atmosphere for facility tenants and guests, making us the obvious choice for green cleaning solutions.
AbilityOne is Green
AbilityOne Custodial services are backed by our comprehensive knowledge of green cleaning practices, which use environmentally friendly, non-toxic and biodegradable chemicals to provide a healthier environment.
Pentagon, Washington, DC
Redstone Army Base, Arsenal, Redstone, AL
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta, GA
Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC
U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD
Library of Congress Buildings, Washington, DC
IRS Service Center, Philadelphia, PA
Social Security Administration, Baltimore, MD
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD
NASA, Edwards AFB, CA
NASA, Marshall Flight Center, Huntsville, AL
GSA, Federal Buildings nationwide
“We are thrilled that part of the care of this great symbol of our nation is entrusted to people whose employment through the [AbilityOne Program] brings opportunity and liberty.”
Debra Sonderman, Director of Acquisition and Property Management Department of the Interior [Statue of Liberty]