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At ODEP, I'm empowered to bring my whole self to work, and to help pave the way for other unique individuals like myself to thrive – with pride – as members of our nation’s workforce and communities.
At ODEP, we’re proud to have played a role in advancing customized employment as a strategy to help people find fulfilling jobs.
We’re committed to helping people with mental health conditions find and succeed in employment.
Did you know 1 in 4 adults has a disability? Learn more about how we can make work accessible by design, and create more diverse and inclusive workplaces.
Highlights from a conversation between the Office of Disability Employment Policy's Jennifer Sheehy and Becky Ogle, who proposed and designed ODEP.
As ODEP celebrates it's 20th year, human resource compliance professional Alicia Wallace explains how it helps those in her profession do their jobs better.
Join our online dialogue on identifying solutions for overcoming barriers to employment for people with disabilities from all corners of American society.
Our Office of Disability Employment Policy reaches across state lines to advance disability-inclusive workforce policies.
Black Americans in the civil rights movement have had a significant influence on America’s disability rights movement, with some playing crucial roles in both efforts.
Full inclusion means employees with disabilities can access a range of necessary supports to excel and help their teams and businesses succeed – including technology.