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NYSID jobs well done satisfy state and local government procurement needs with approved goods and services, creating NYS taxpayers and sustaining NYS communities!

     

    40 Years of Looking Forward!

    Please enjoy these moments from NYSID's 2014 award-winning member agencies and workers with disabilities, plus outstanding supporters of Preferred Source employment.

    NYSID Partner John Robinson Honored by White House

     

    Rep. Tonko, Senator Seward are Preferred Source Champions

    John Robinson, managing partner and CEO of Our Ability, was honored at the White House as a recipient of the "Disability Employment Champions of Change."

    Our Ability produces the inspiring award videos shown during NYSID's Annual Meeting. Continue Reading....

     

    Rep. Paul Tonko (D-NY) and NYS Senator James Seward (R-51) have been named the 2014 Preferred Source Champion Award co-recipients for their ongoing support for New Yorkers with disabilities. They received the award during NYSID's Annual Meeting at The Saratoga Hilton in Saratoga Springs; nearly 250 people attended the event, which kicked off the year-long celebration of the 40th anniversary of NYSID's founding. Continue Reading....


    Disability Employment Awareness Takes Center Stage in October

     

    NYSID Shows Its Love for Animals with Humane Society Donations

    October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), which raises awareness about disability employment issues and celebrates the diverse individuals with disabilities who contribute to New York’s workforce. Continue Reading....

     

    Through its community outreach, NYSID contributes funds to numerous member agency and other non-profit events throughout the year -- and we recently lent a hand to help our four-legged friends. NYSID staff donated items and funds throughout September to support the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society (MHHS), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Menands (Albany County) that has been providing shelter for lost, abused and unwanted animals since 1887. Continue Reading....

         
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