What is ICED?
ICED is an Interagency Committee on Employees with Disabilities with the following members:
- Department of Human Rights Director or designee, ICED Co- Chair
- Department of Human Services Secretary or designee, ICED Co-Chair
- The Lieutenant Governor or designee
- The Attorney General or designee
- The Secretary of State or designee
- The Comptroller or designee
- The Treasurer of designee
- Department of Central Management Services Director or designee
- Department of Veterans Affairs Director or designee
- Council on Developmental Disabilities Director or designee
- Civil Service Commission Chairperson or designee
- Seven State Employees with Disabilities appointed by the Governor
What does ICED do?
- Promotes access and opportunity for state employees with disabilities
- Provides a forum for disability concerns
- Supports affirmative action efforts for people with disabilities
How does ICED carry out its objectives?
- Hosts educational programs on disability issues
- Honors entities that promote access and equality
- Issues a newsletter and maintains an website
- Administers the Internship Program for Students with Disabilities
What is ICED's Current Priority?
To increase access and opportunity in state government for people with disabilities through the Successful Disability Opportunities Program and the Internship Program for Students with Disabilities