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Interagency Accessibility Forum (IAAF)

Annual Interagency Accessibility Forum. November 7 - 9, 2022. Seals and logos for the General Services Administration, U.S. Access Board, CIO Council, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and Department of Veterans Affairs.

About IAAF 2023

The 10th annual Interagency Accessibility Forum (IAAF) provides a venue for federal accessibility professionals, developers, designers, project managers, leadership and many others to exchange best practices in managing and implementing digital accessibility imperatives including Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. The 2023 IAAF was held November 7-9, 2023 at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) L. William Seidman Center and available for in-person or virtual attendance.

Event dates: November 7, 8, and 9

The 2023 Interagency Accessibility Forum (IAAF) was 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), the U.S. Access Board (USAB), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), and Department of Veterans (VA) Affairs in partnership with other federal agencies.

For details and downloads from the three-day event, visit (and bookmark) the 2023 IAAF Agenda.

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IAAF Archives

Since 2013, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) along with federal agency partners has hosted the annual Interagency Accessibility Forum (IAAF) for agency representatives to learn about federal accessibility policies and how they can adapt Section 508 standards to prioritize IT accessibility. Over the years, conference attendees have heard from a range of presenters, panelists, and keynote speakers across a variety of topics, perspectives, and experiences. Notable speakers include former and active members of Congress, commission chairs and other senior leaders within government and the accessibility community. Visit: Interagency Accessibility Forum (IAAF) Archives

Reviewed/Updated: November 2023

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