This is the fifth in a series of briefs on the findings from a Delphi process conducted by the Employment Learning Community in 2013–2014. More information on the Employment Learning Community and the Delphi process can be found in Brief #1 (Introduction, Values, and Overall Themes). This brief focuses on the fourth priority area identified by the Delphi panel: improving policies and processes within state agencies related to employment for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). This is distinct from increased collaboration across agencies, which was a separate area.
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Thomas, Cindy and Sulewski, Jennifer, "Delphi Panel Findings, Brief #5: Processes Within State Agencies" (2015). All Institute for Community Inclusion Publications. 32.