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Blogs & Updates

Making Agency Communications Accessible to Everyone

April 02, 2020
During an emergency, it is more important than usual for all people to have equal and timely access to urgent communications. Emergencies often disproportionately impact individuals with disabilities, so take extra care to ensure that your digital content conforms to Section 508.  Continue Reading

Supporting Empowerment through Accessibility

November 06, 2018
In recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), GSA hosted the Federal Interagency Accessibility Forum (IAAF) to celebrate the contributions of workers with disabilities, and educate people about the value of a workforce inclusive of all skills and talents. Continue Reading

Executive Guide to Federal IT Accessibility Released

September 25, 2018
The federal government strives to deliver a level of service comparable to that of the best private sector organizations. As more government services move online, we have a responsibility to ensure equal access to services, particularly for people living with a disability. Continue Reading