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Increase employment opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities (IWD) in the Army.
+ Achieve Army's 5 year goal of 11,220 Individuals with Disabilities by 2005.
+ Identify installations that achieve DOD 2% targeted disability goal.
+ Identify installations honored by state/local organizations.

Clarify program management responsibilities.

Ensure information flow to commanders, managers and supervisors.

Ensure managers and supervisors continue to use the resources of the Computer/Electronic Accommodation Program (CAP) at when responding to accommodation issues in the work place.

Increase emphasis on the program as coming under the EEO umbrella of as a Special Emphasis Program (SEP).

Establish liaison with each SEP manager to ensure the concerns of the disabled community are being addressed.

Ensure information about the program and specifically the Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) for College Students with Disabilities program is available and appreciated as a source of high potential candidates for college recruitment programs.
+ Establish liaison with career program officials.

Ensure IWD program issues are included in EEO conferences/training programs.