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Mission Statement

The Federal Interagency Coordinating Council facilitates successful outcomes for young children with disabilities and young children at risk for developing disabilities and their families by:

  • effectively developing federal interagency policies,
  • identifying and recommending strategies for the coordination of federal program and fiscal resources,
  • minimizing fragmentation and duplication in programs and activities at the federal level,
  • developing strategies for the coordination of the provision of federal technical assistance and support activities,
  • exemplifying partnerships across federal programs,
  • ensuring that all supports and services are designed and implemented in a culturally competent, appropriate, and respectful manner, and
  • ensuring that all children, regardless of culture, have maximum access to the full range of supports and services that are due them by federal law.

adopted at the June 1998 Meeting of the Council




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