Live Seminar, National Press Club, May 18, 2011 – Section 508 Compliance in a Web 3.0 World – Accessibility of Mobile Apps, Social Media and More.

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What does Section 508 compliance mean to your Open Government initiative?

Unprecedented access to government services through social media and "Apps for Everyday Life" bring new challenges for your Section 508 program. Learn the best way to tackle Section 508 compliance and changes you will need to consider in order to ensure the success of your Web 3.0 Section 508 program.

To help get ahead of the game with Section 508 compliance in the brave new world of social and mobile apps, Deque invites you to join Section 508 expert, Preety Kumar, CEO of Deque Systems, Inc. and Eashwer Srinivasan, VP Delivery from Etouch Federal Systems, on May 18, 2011 for an in-depth look at Mobile Websites and Social Media accessibility.

This session will cover:

  • What is the state of accessibility of the major mobile platforms
  • How to test your Social Media content
  • What to do to make the maximum Section 508 impact for the lowest cost for your social media and mobile apps.


National Press Club
529 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20045


8 a.m., Wednesday, May 18, 2011


Preety Kumar, CEO, Deque Systems, Inc.

Eashwer Srinivasan, VP of Delivery, Etouch Federal System

To register, please contact Sean Campbell at, or by telephone at 617-696-7075.

Seats are limited. Please register early to reserve a spot today!


Preety is the CEO of Deque Systems and co-founded Deque in 1999 with the vision of unifying Web access, both from the user and the technology perspective. Under Preety's leadership, Deque has grown to be a market leader in the field of information accessibility, serving corporate and government clients with the highest standards in information technology such as Veteran Affairs, Department of Education, Humana, Intuit, HSBC, Target, and others. She collaborated with the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative and is a nominated member of the Accessibility Forum's Strategic Management Council: a GSA sponsored group with representatives from the IT industry, academia, Government Agencies, and disabled user groups that fosters information accessibility through mutual cooperation.