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2021 Annual Interagency Accessibility Forum (IAAF)

2021 Annual Interagency Accessibility Forum

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.

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When: October 12-14, 2021; from 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET
Where: Virtual - Note that the event will be recorded for reuse and archiving
Who: There is something for everyone - contracting officials, business analysts, project managers, developers, testers, content creators, Section 508 Program Managers, and members of agency management and leadership

For full event and registration information, visit

To rediscover keynote addresses and presentations from a range of presenters, panelists, and speakers over the years, visit the Interagency Accessibility Forum (IAAF) Archives.

The 2021 Interagency Accessibility Forum (IAAF) is sponsored by the Federal Chief Information Officer Council’s (Federal CIO Council) Accessibility Community of Practice (ACOP) and hosted by the Government-wide IT Accessibility Program from the Office of Government-wide Policy (OGP) of the General Services Administration (GSA), Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Department of Labor (DOL), and Merit Service Protection Board (MSPB), in partnership with other federal agencies.

Reviewed/Updated: November 2022

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