Jobs and choice must be recognized," says ACCSES CEO Terry Farmer, "and we are encouraged by the bipartisan support of WIOA.
ACCSES represents more than 1,200 disability service providers across the country.
Metro Scanning, an HCE social enterprise, will provide high-volume document imaging services in conjunction with ACCSES New Jersey/Central Non-Profit Agency (CNA), a non-profit company that supports organizations that serve people with special needs through community based programs.
We've worked long and hard with ACCSES NJ, DARM and DPP on this project and are grateful for their non-stop support and commitment without which this would not have happened," she said.
We are dedicated to supporting non-profit organizations that help people with special needs through community programs," said ACCSES NJ President Nils Richardson.
As the 'gatekeeper' for document imaging services that are available to government agencies through Metro Scanning and ACCSES NJ/CNA Services, we can determine the appropriateness and quality of their document imaging services and ensure the security of public records while they are in their custody.