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IT Accessibility Community Meeting | April 2022

The next IT Accessibility Community Meeting is a virtual event scheduled for Tuesday, April 19, 2022. Our overall theme, “Be The Change In Accessibility,” focuses on “being the change” while reconnecting with our broader accessibility community members and charting the path forward. The topic for this session is “Be The Change In Accessibility: Acquisition” where you’ll hear from four speakers.

You can also listen in on how the Solicitation Review Tool (SRT) is being improved:

Join the conversation and learn ways to conduct market research with accessibility in mind. Market Research, when done well, has three key characteristics for any accessible ICT procurement:


DATE: April 19, 2022
TIME: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EST)
WHERE: Virtual - This meeting will be supported by Zoom for Government (FedRamp Certified). Please feel free to attend via your personal device.
WHO: Anyone involved or interested in Section 508


Registration: Registration is now open and will close Monday, April 18 at 12:00 pm. - Sign up today!

*Note: You must join the meeting using your first and last name (inclusion of agency affiliation is optional). Nicknames and phone numbers will not be given access

Reviewed/Updated: April 2022

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