McVey was asked why the Government had protected the PS320million budget for disability employment services but were axing disabled people's jobs.
What does DES stand for?
DES stands for Disability Employment Services
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- Digital Extend Signal
- Diploma in English Studies
- Diplôme d'Etudes Secondaires (French: High School Diploma; Canada)
- Diplôme d'Études Spécialisées (French: Higher Education)
- Diplôme d'Etudes Supérieures (French: Higher Education Diploma)
- Direct Educational Services, Ltd. (UK)
- Direction des établissements de Santé (French; Senegal)
- Director of Emergency Services
- Directorate of Emergency Services
- Directorate of Evaluation and Standardization
- Disability Equality Scheme (UK)
- Disability Evaluation System (US military)
- Disaster and Emergency Services
- Disaster Emergency Services (FEMA)
- Discrete Event System
- Discrete-Event Simulation
- Dismounted Entry Switch
- Dissociative Experience Scale (human psychology)
- Distance Education System
- Distributed End System
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He said the PS320 million budget for disability employment services was protected but was to be spent trying to get more disabled people into mainstream jobs.
We have also been clear from the start that we have protected the PS320m budget for disability employment services.
We have been absolutely clear that the pounds 320m budget for specialist disability employment services has been protected," she said.
Maria Miller, Minister for Disabled People, said: "We have been absolutely clear that the pounds 320m budget for specialist disability employment services has been protected.
That is why last December I asked Liz Sayce, chief executive of the disability charity RADAR, to carry out an independent review of disability employment services.
Disability employment services are funded via non government organisations contracted to the Ministry of Social Development to deliver disability employment services to eligible people in receipt of income support payments.
Against the background of disability employment policy in Australia, this article examines current government policy initiatives and their possible implications and the interface between disability employment services and the Job Network.