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GSA Announces Updates to the Accessibility Requirements Tool (ART) Improving the User Experience

February 05, 2024

The General Services Administration (GSA) announces updates to the Accessibility Requirements Tool (ART) with improvements to the user experience and ease-of-use based on user feedback.

Building Accessibility into Your Procurement Process

April 20, 2018

What comes to mind when you hear the word “accessibility”? If it's “compliance,” then you're not alone. While compliance is important, and a legal requirement, consider thinking about accessible IT from a universal design standpoint first.

Accessibility Requirements Tool (ART) is Live!

January 17, 2018

The Accessibility Requirements Tool (ART) is now live. Read on to learn how the tool can help your federal agency more easily develop and procure accessible technology.

Accessibility Requirements Tool (ART) Coming Soon!

November 09, 2017

If you’re a fan of the Buy Accessible Wizard (BAW), but wish it were easier to use, you’ll be happy to know that GSA is hard at work on a new tool which will replace the BAW.

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