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Individual Eligibility Evaluation (IEE)

The AbilityOne Program Individual Eligibility Evaluation or IEE is to be used by participating nonprofit agency to record the results of the Program’s requirements for a competitive employment evaluation.

In the past, the Commission simply explained the information that needed to be provided as part of the evaluation and the nonprofits could include the information in other documents or create their own evaluation.

In 2010, the Commission conducted a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) forum with CEO and executive directors from 24 nonprofit agencies.  One of the recommendations from the forum was that the Commission develop an evaluation form and make its use mandatory. During 2011, the Commission developed and field tested and modified an evaluation form with input from over 50 nonprofit agencies. 

The form becomes mandatory for documenting the evaluation with evaluations done after January 1, 2013.  Evaluations done before that date may be done on whatever form the nonprofit was using.  Nor do evaluations done before January 1, 2013 have to be done over.

There are three versions of the IEE form and its instructions:

Word 2010 version
Individual Eligibility Evaluation (IEE)
IEE instructions

Word 97 – 2003 Version
Individual Eligibility Evaluation (IEE)
IEE instructions

Text Accessible Version (for those that use screen readers such as JAWS)
Individual Eligibility Evaluation (IEE)
IEE instructions

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