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  • In Memoriam
Lisa M. Wilusz
  • AbilityOne nonprofits manufacture military uniforms, including the new Army Operational Camouflage Pattern. Read More. (PDF)
  • AbilityOne supplies field, dress, law enforcement and volunteer uniforms to 18,000 U.S. Forest Service workers each year.
  • Commission members gather for a recent Commission meeting.
  • U.S. AbilityOne Commission Chairperson James M. Kesteloot and Vice Chairperson Lisa M. Wilusz
  • Daniel Stanford closes out government contracts through the AbilityOne Contract Management Support Program.
In Memoriam
Lisa M. Wilusz1 AbilityOne nonprofits manufacture military uniforms, including the new Army Operational Camouflage Pattern. Read More. (PDF)2 AbilityOne supplies field, dress, law enforcement and volunteer uniforms to 18,000 U.S. Forest Service workers each year.4 Commission members gather for a recent Commission meeting.5 Newly-elected U.S. AbilityOne Commission Chairperson James M. Kesteloot and Vice Chairperson Lisa M. Wilusz6 Daniel Stanford closes out government contracts through the AbilityOne Contract Management Support Program.6

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The AbilityOne Program employs more than 45,000 people who are blind or have significant disabilities

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Operates at 1,000 locations representing 40 government agencies nationally, including operation of more than 150 base supply centers

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As the largest customer of the AbilityOne Program, DoD procures more than $1.7 billion of products and services annually

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