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Disabled Veterans' Outreach Program

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Photo by Capt. Sharren S. Fischer

The program seeks out and serves disabled and other eligible veterans with a priority given to disabled veterans.

Military logo - Scientia Inter Arma Spiritus. The Disabled Veterans' Outreach Program Specialist carries out intensive services and case management to meet the employment needs of eligible veterans with the following priority in the provision of services:
(A) Special disabled veterans.
(B) Other disabled veterans.
(C) Other eligible veterans who have barriers to employment, taking into account      applicable rates of unemployment and the employment emphases set forth in chapter      42 US Title 38 USC.
(D) Placing maximum emphasis in meeting the employment needs of veterans who are      economically or educationally disadvantaged.

The Disabled Veterans' Outreach Program was established by executive order in 1977 and later authorized by the Veteran's Rehabilitation and Education Amendments of 1980.

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