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2010 Vision Awards Annual Report Competition


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Annual Report Highlights:
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Company/Agency Name: The U.S. AbilityOne Commission United States /
CorpComm, Inc.
Company/Agency Web Site: www.abilityone.gov  /  www.corpcomm-inc.com
Annual Revenue: Up to $10 million
Employee Base: Up to 100 Employees
Core Industry: Government City/State/National
Type of Report: Annual Report
Title/Theme: "Mission: Possible"
Industry Award Garnered: Bronze
   

Judging Results

First Impression:

28

 out of 30
Report Cover:

9

 out of 10
Letter to Shareholders:

10

 out of 10
Report Narrative:

10

 out of 10
Report Financials:

9

 out of 10
Creativity:

9

 out of 10
Message Clarity:

10

 out of 10
Information Accessibility:

9

 out of 10
Total Score:

94

 out of 100


The U.S. AbilityOne Commission


LACP 2010 Vision Awards Bronze Winner
    
    


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