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Most Federal agencies have a Selective Placement Program Coordinator (SPPC) who helps management recruit, hire and accommodate people with disabilities. SPPC's have many roles and responsibilities, including:
Managers develop, manage and evaluate the agency's Employment Program for Individuals with Disabilities. They are primarily located at agency headquarters and can provide information on coordinators in field offices.
Each agency is responsible for monitoring the activities of its designated SPPC's and also for notifying OPM when a new coordinator is selected by sending an email to DisabilityEmployment@OPM.gov.