Action Plan

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Equal Access and Equal Employment Opportunity

People with disabilities; rely on accessible technology to do their jobs. When Federal agencies follow through on their commitment to recruit, retain, and advance individuals with disabilities while embracing strategies that ensure accessible technology people with disabilities are assured equal access to government programs and equal employment opportunity. Simply put, equal access to technology is essential to equal ...more »

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Strengthen Accountability

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Filing Complaints

A lot of the change necessary is not going to happen until more people file EEO complaints, law suits and any other kind of complaint applicable. Even though the EEO process hardly works, it's one of the few avenues of redress. I know that people are afraid of retaliation, which does happen. But, Federal agencies don't like EEO complaints and they don't like bad publicity. Take it to your elected officials. But, whatever ...more »

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Roles and Responsibilities

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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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