Today, many Veterans are already accustomed to a digital experience — whether that’s depositing a check from their phone, accessing their auto insurance card from an app, or chatting with a customer service rep via text — and they expect the same options from VA.
We can’t avoid sending and receiving emails, but we can avoid making those emails inaccessible for those with visual or auditory impairments. Learn about how you can compose emails that ensure equal access for everyone, by incorporating accessible design features into your emails.
NCA transitions to fiber optic network cables, by upgrading T1 cables to Metro-Ethernet, to provide outstanding customer service, memorial benefits, and better serve Veterans and their loved ones at NCA’s cemeteries and offices.
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A picture's worth a thousand words for those that can see it, for those relying on assistive technology, alt text is crucial to their understanding of the image and the meaning it is trying to convey. Learn more about how to add alternative text to your images to ensure your documents, presentations, and emails are accessible for all.
What’s in a document heading? A whole lot, it turns out – especially for those who rely on assistive technology. Learn more about how this design tool ensures equitable access to information for everyone.
For visually impaired individuals, improper color contrast can make a marked difference in understanding written material or completing tasks. Learn more about how you can use this design feature more effectively with these tips.
Bring together data and AI teams to learn about the latest innovations around data and AI and networks with one another. For the Public Sector Forum the aim is to focus ONLY on government and the specific data challenges and opportunities that government data and AI teams face.