Original Presentation Date: November 30, 2017
If you’re a vendor who sells products or services to the U.S. Federal Government – or to certain U.S. State and Local Governments – you have likely already provided a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template® (VPAT®) to report how your products or services meet the requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. With the final rule of the Section 508 Refresh now published, and with the growing adoption of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), a new VPAT® 2.0 was recently released by its developer, the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI).
Join Ken Salaets, Director of Global Policy for the Information Technology Council (ITI), and Bill Curtis-Davidson, Senior Director of Strategic Consulting and Training Services for Level Access, and as they break down the new VPAT and how to best use it.
Key topics include:
- History and use of the VPAT®
- Standards supported by VPAT 2.0
- Using VPAT® 2.0 with different product types
- Structure and filling out VPAT® 2.0
- How Level Access can help vendors adopt VPAT® 2.0