Deque's WorldSpace Comply, used throughout the Federal Government for web accessibility testing and Section 508 compliance reporting, has extended user authentication and single sign-on (SSO) to smart cards. Software products used by Federal Government Agencies like the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) must require users to log in using their Common Access Cards (CAC). Federal Government employees and contractors can now use their CAC smart card… Continue Reading WorldSpace® Comply accessibility testing software expands commitment to Federal Employees and Contractors with CAC card integration
Website accessibility regulations are changing. Is your airline ready? New ACAA Requirements Are Coming Fast The Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA) was enacted to protect airline passengers with disabilities against discrimination. On November 12, 2013, the ACAA was amended to require air carriers to make their websites and kiosks accessible. These requirements begin to take effect in December 2015. Many airlines don't know how to determine if their websites are accessible, or how to figure… Continue Reading Not Ready for the New ACAA Regulations?
Have you registered for our 508 Compliance Seminar on June 4th? We are excited to announce two additional speakers to the expert panel. Government and industry experts will discuss the challenges of building a successful Section 508 program as well as some innovative approaches to executing that program. Held at the National Press Club in Washington DC, panelists will discuss the tools and expertise required… Continue Reading New Speakers Added to 508 Compliance Seminar
Deque recently completed a large website accessibility project to help a Fortune 50 company comply with AODA, Ontario's accessibility act. Continue Reading Deque Completes Large-Scale AODA Remediation Project
Download this free guide today and learn more about how to comply with with new digital accessibility rules for air carriers. Continue Reading Air Carriers: Take Action on ACAA Digital Accessibility
Louisiana Tech University has become the latest higher education institution to settle with the Justice Department over inaccessible course materials. The settlement is a result of the university using course materials that were inaccessible to blind students, in violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). Higher ed settlement ensures new accessibility policies The student who initially made the complaint was not able to access… Continue Reading Inaccessible Course Materials Leads to Another Higher Education ADA Settlement