How Four Federal Agencies Handle Section 508 Testing: A Case Study
From the United States Access Board 3/18/2014
The next webinar in the Section 508 Best Practices Webinar Series will take place March 25 from 1:00 to 2:30 (ET) and will explore how four federal agencies conduct Section 508 testing. Presenters include Section 508 officials from the Center for Disease Control, the Department of Education, the Department of Labor, and the Department of Transportation who will explain how they conduct 508 testing and what they have learned as a result of their experiences. They will also review best practice recommendations for testing and address how to leverage limited resources for testing. Federal agency Section 508 officials, chief information and acquisition officers, and agency policy-makers are encouraged to attend.
For more details or to register for this free webinar, visit www.adaconferences.org/CIOC.
The Section 508 Best Practices Webinar Series provides helpful information and best practices for federal agencies in meeting their obligations under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act which ensures access to electronic and information technology in the federal sector. This webinar series is made available by the Accessibility Committee of the CIO Council in partnership with the U.S. Access Board and eFedLink.
How Four Federal Agencies Handle Section 508 Testing: A Case Study (free webinar)
March 25, 1:00- 2:30 (ET)
• Don Barrett, Section 508 Coordinator, U.S. Department of Education
• Jonni Burnham, Acting Manager, Disability Resource Center, Department of Transportation
• Jennifer Horan, Section 508 Program Manager, Department of Labor
• Mark Urban, Section 508 Coordinator, Center for Disease Control, Health and Human Services
Moderator: Timothy Creagan, Senior Accessibility Specialist, U.S. Access Board
Note: Instructions for accessing the webinar on the day of the session will be sent via email to registered individuals in advance of the session. Real-Time captioning and Video Sign Language Interpreter are available for each session and will be broadcast via the webinar platform. A telephone option (not toll-free) for receiving audio is also available.