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Digital Accessibility Checklist

Steps you need to take today to make your website accessible

How would you access the Internet if you had difficulty seeing your computer screen, strained to hear sound, or had trouble using a keyboard or a mouse? In the U.S. today, 1 in 5 citizens has a disability and many struggle to visit their local government websites.

Government leaders at all levels have a legal and a moral obligation to make public services accessible to citizens with disabilities.

To ensure your municipal website stays compliant and serves your citizens, download our Digital Accessibility Checklist for best practices on website accessibility.

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