This research builds on our founder’s thesis work into disability employment systems. Disability service provision today is almost exclusively focused on system outputs with little regard for designing a system that reflects the interests and dynamics of all those interacting with the system. Service providers and government focus on compliance and outputs. At the same time, the system beneficiaries have a greater interest in outcomes, i.e., the net benefits of employment and employing a person with a disability. This long-term project seeks to design a new systems model of employment that reflects and respects the needs and inputs of all system actors, building on our research and practice evidence.