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= <span style="font-size:medium"><span style="font-family: tahoma,geneva,sans-serif">About</span></span><br/> =
 
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<span style="font-size:small">AccessIT is a pilot initiative of the [http://ada.georgia.gov/technical-assistance State of Georgia ADA Coordinator's Office]. Its design and purpose is to support Georgia state agency employees and ensure their information technology outlets are accessible to customers possessing a wide range of disabilities.</span>
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<span style="font-size:small">AccessGA is a pilot initiative of the [http://ada.georgia.gov/technical-assistance State of Georgia ADA Coordinator's Office]. Its design and purpose is to support Georgia state agency employees and ensure their information technology outlets are accessible to customers possessing a wide range of disabilities.</span>
  
<span style="font-size:small">AccessIT, Georgia’s Accessible IT Initiative, is named after the University of Washington national award winning program with the same name. The University of Washington AccessIT project was a five-year, grant funded initiative created by the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) of the U.S. Department of Education. The grant concluded in September 2006.</span>
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<span style="font-size:small">AccessGA, Georgia’s Accessible ICT Initiative, is named after the University of Washington national award winning program with the same name. The University of Washington AccessGA project was a five-year, grant funded initiative created by the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) of the U.S. Department of Education. The grant concluded in September 2006.</span>
  
<span style="font-size:small">Visit the [https://www.washington.edu/accessit/ University of Washington AccessIT] project to learn more about their important work in the field of accessible information technology. Additional agency projects and initiatives may be found within the Georgia AccessIT resource section.</span>
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<span style="font-size:small">Visit the [https://www.washington.edu/accessit/ University of Washington AccessGA] project to learn more about their important work in the field of accessible information technology. Additional agency projects and initiatives may be found within the AccessGA resource section.</span>
  
<span style="font-size:small">The goal of the Georgia AccessIT initiative is to capitalize on national and international resources, providing Georgia State Agencies with current information and direct technical assistance and training.</span>
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<span style="font-size:small">The goal of AccessGA initiative is to capitalize on national and international resources, providing Georgia State Agencies with current information and direct technical assistance and training.</span>
  
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<span style="font-size:small"><span style="font-family: tahoma,geneva,sans-serif">Participating agencies will have access to tools and resources to address their accessibility needs, including a knowledge base wiki, a support request utility for obtaining targeted information, with tracking and reporting features, accessibility evaluations and a network of support for exchanging best practices, feedback and advice.</span></span>
 
<span style="font-size:small"><span style="font-family: tahoma,geneva,sans-serif">Participating agencies will have access to tools and resources to address their accessibility needs, including a knowledge base wiki, a support request utility for obtaining targeted information, with tracking and reporting features, accessibility evaluations and a network of support for exchanging best practices, feedback and advice.</span></span>
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About

AccessGA is a pilot initiative of the State of Georgia ADA Coordinator's Office. Its design and purpose is to support Georgia state agency employees and ensure their information technology outlets are accessible to customers possessing a wide range of disabilities.

AccessGA, Georgia’s Accessible ICT Initiative, is named after the University of Washington national award winning program with the same name. The University of Washington AccessGA project was a five-year, grant funded initiative created by the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) of the U.S. Department of Education. The grant concluded in September 2006.

Visit the University of Washington AccessGA project to learn more about their important work in the field of accessible information technology. Additional agency projects and initiatives may be found within the AccessGA resource section.

The goal of AccessGA initiative is to capitalize on national and international resources, providing Georgia State Agencies with current information and direct technical assistance and training.

AccessGA Overview

 

How Does AccessGA Work?

Participating agencies will have access to tools and resources to address their accessibility needs, including a knowledge base wiki, a support request utility for obtaining targeted information, with tracking and reporting features, accessibility evaluations and a network of support for exchanging best practices, feedback and advice.

State Agencies Accessibility Stories

University System of Georgia Accessibility

GeorgiaGov Accessibility

Service Categories

Pilot Agencies

Administrative Office of the Courts
Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia

Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities
Georgia Department of Community Affairs
Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission
Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency

Shared Resources

Events

Events Calendar