For state and local governments, digital accessibility is about more than just compliance. It’s essential for serving constituents without discrimination, ensuring fair representation, and maintaining a diverse workforce.
Request this quick guide for five practical steps that state and local government organizations can take to start creating inclusive digital experiences.
In states that provide specific accessibility guidelines for government technology, non-compliant entities can be penalized under state non-discrimination laws. However, inaccessible digital experiences can also damage organizations’ reputations by excluding constituents from public programs and activities, creating barriers to important information, and limiting government employment opportunities. Request this guide to learn how to mitigate these legal and reputational risks. We’ll cover: