Senate Committee urges Veteran Affairs and the Justice Department to Improve Access to Federal Technology

Introduction Senate lawmakers are pressing the Justice Department and Veteran Affairs, along with other federal agencies, to improve the accessibility of their online services. Accessibility is important to a broad swath of taxpayers who rely every day on information and services provided by the federal government. About 61 million American adults or 26% population, live […]
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Department of Justice announces intent to adopt Web Accessibility Regulations for State & Local Governments

Justice Department to Issue First-Ever Rules on Web Accessibility under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Introduction In July 2022, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced its intention to adopt new rules setting forth web accessibility standards for state and local government agencies. These entities are regulated under Title II of […]
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Automated vs manual web accessibility testing

Introduction More organizations have started to understand the importance of digital accessibility. This has led to the use of new resources to analyze the compatibility of websites with disabled online users. Businesses are leveraging tons of new resources to analyze conformance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). Due to the ever-evolving tech industry and […]
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