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Blogs & Updates

2021 Annual Interagency Accessibility Forum (IAAF)

September 30, 2021
Please join us for the virtual 2021 Annual Interagency Accessibility Forum this October 12-14. Attendees of this year’s IAAF will hear presentations and panel discussions that will focus on accessibility as a foundation for inclusion, diversity, and equity within the federal government. In addition, the forum will include virtual exhibitions by accessibility consultants and IT companies with accessibility products and services that support those with disabilities. Continue Reading

Section508.gov Is Moving to Federalist

September 09, 2021
August 30, 2021 - The GSA Government-wide IT Accessibility Program team is excited to announce that we are preparing a new look for Section508.gov and the Accessibility Requirements Tool (ART) as we move to Federalist - a publishing platform for modern 21st Century IDEA websites. Continue Reading

Mapping of WCAG 2.0 to Functional Performance Criteria

June 15, 2020
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) success criteria (SC) and the Revised Section 508 Standards share the same objective to make information and communication technology (ICT) accessible to individuals with disabilities. Continue Reading