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Intel agency IT leaders prioritize accessibility in technology

Intelligence community IT leaders have a message for the vendor community: take accessibility seriously when you develop products and services for spy…

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Role of OIRA, compliance with 508 requirements highlight lawmakers’ focus on IT modernization in 2023

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As DOJ, GSA publicly report on Section 508 progress, US Access Board driving change

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For federal accessibility managers, adding ‘A’ to new DEIA initiative is a welcome change

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Popular federal websites riddled with accessibility flaws

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New federal website design standards emphasize ‘continuous improvement’

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The NIB: What is its role in procurement?

Kevin Lynch, president and chief executive officer for the National Industries for the Blind will discuss the organizations mission, its role in the procurement…

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New IT accessibility rules catch up to 17 years of changes

The U.S. Access Board finalized new requirements for IT and communications technology under Sections 508 and 255 of the Rehabilitation Act.

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FOIA

FOIA committee mulls Section 508 responsibilities

Accessibility for all promotes open government and transparency, but it can also be a burden on agencies’ Freedom of Information offices. That’s where the U.S. Access Board, and a pending final rule, can help.

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