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Comment on the roles and the statutory responsibilities of the key individuals and agencies responsible for implementing the Section 508 program. View statutory roles here.

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Systemic Barrier to Competitive Federal Employment

Is inaccessible ICT the number one systemic barrier to competitive employment opportunity in the Federal government? For example, if an online application system like USAJobs is not accessible to people with disabilities, applicants with disabilities will never get through the virtual front door of applying for a job. Once an individual with a disability is on board, if they are not provided equal access to information ...more »

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Open Dialogue and Transparency

No one likes to be chained to certain set of rules and guidelines. Even though most will agree that Rules and Guidelines are needed in order to have structure, most will also agree that having freedom and flexibility to find what works best for your agency. The problem is that there is no place for different agencies to place their success stories or their struggles. This will allow agencies to see what works and what ...more »

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Leadership Roles and Responsibilities

What are the essential leadership positions in the Federal government responsible for ensuring Accessible information and communication technology? What should be their roles and responsibilities? Who and or what else should be considered on the topic of roles, responsibilities, and leadership? Who is currently failing to carry out their duties and why?

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Effective enforcement of federal regulations

The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Wireless Technologies (Wireless RERC) is funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) of the U.S. Department of Education under grant number H133E110002. Our mission is to research, evaluate and develop innovative wireless technologies and products that meet the needs, enhance independence, and improve quality of life and community ...more »

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