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AbilityOne Representative (ABOR)

AbilityOne Representative: A designated individual who “advocates federal buying in accordance with mandatory source contracting procedures, engages with the workforce to build use of the Program, and offers feedback to the U.S. AbilityOne Commission to improve the value of the Program.”

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Key Links

October 30, 2020: Increasing the Participation of Americans with Disabilities in Federal Contracting – Memo from Michael E. Wooten, Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP)

October 08, 2020: National Disability Employment Awareness Month and the AbilityOne Program – Memo from Kim Herrington, Acting Principal Director, Defense Pricing and Contracting, Department of Defense, directing DoD Components to establish an AbilityOne Representative (ABOR) Program with a target implementation date of October 1, 2021.

AbilityOne Program Fact Sheet

AbilityOne Program Map

National Industries for the Blind

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Defense Acquisition University Training

Defense Acquisition University and AbilityOne Partnership Video (Short)

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