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U.S. AbilityOne Commission celebrates end of subminimum wages on AbilityOne contracts Final rule now in effect

Lisa Berry, an employee of the AbilityOne-participating nonprofit agency IFB Solutions, in North Carolina, packages products for the military resale program, which provides products to military commissaries and exchanges at substantial savings, helping military members, their families, and retirees stretch their budgets.

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