Michael Murray: Big win in government disability hiring

The government is getting ready to declare a big win at the end of next month. It looks likely to reach a goal of hiring 100,000 people with disabilities within five years. President Barack Obama set that target in a July 2010 executive order. The Office of Personnel Management's special adviser on disabilities, Michael Murray, tells Federal News Radio's Emily Kopp what happened next. Read Emily's related article.

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