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NYSILC conducts a public input process as part of the development of the three-year State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL). It is guided by a formulation packet with a facilitation outline posing critical questions designed to solicit feedback from the public at various venues.  To gather additional data, NYSILC decided to conduct a statewide needs assessment, which includes two surveys; one of Center Directors and another of consumers. Two similar assessments/surveys were conducted in 2012 and 2015 as part of the previous SPIL development. See the NYSILC 2018 Statewide Needs Assessment Report for details. NYSILC again hired Alan Krieger, a consultant with Krieger Solutions LLC, to facilitate this process, and established a committee of Council members and stakeholders to lead the process.