October 18, 2018

Employment of persons with disabilities and employment of veterans with disabilities


Employment  of persons with disabilities and employment  of  veterans  with  disabilities
Source: New York State Department of Civil Service

The New York State Department of Civil Service's Division of Staffing Services [DSS] has published the following Policy Bulletins:

1. Policy Bulletin 18-01 provides guidelines and procedures for appointing applicants for employment with disabilities pursuant to §55-b of the Civil Service Law by the State.*

The text of Policy Bulletin 18-01 is posted on the Internet at:

A printable version of Bulletin 18-01 in PDF format is posted on the Internet at:


2. Policy Bulletin 18-02, providing program guidelines and procedures for the employment of disabled  veterans  and  veterans  with   disabilities pursuant to §55-c of the Civil Service Law by the State.

The text of Policy Bulletin 18-02 is posted on the Internet at:

A printable version of Bulletin 18-02 in PDF format is posted on the Internet at:

** §55-a of the Civil Service Law provides for the employment  of applicants with disabilities by political subdivisions of the State.

N.B. §55 of the Civil Service Law addresses the "Examination  of  blind  or physically handicapped applicants."

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