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The ITTATC is charged with helping businesses, state governments, and consumers to understand the requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act and Section 255 of the Telecommunications Act. The Center also works to promote the principles and benefits of universal design in the development of electronic and information technology (E&IT).
ITTATC's ultimate goal is to provide its customers with information that they can apply as they overcome barriers to achieving E&IT accessibility. Following are some examples of the assistance we can provide in support of that goal:
For official federal agency responses to your Section 508 inquiries, you can contact the U.S. Access Board at email@example.com. You can address Section 255 complaints or inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. For a list of technology accessibility consultants, visit the ITTATC's list of accessibility consultants.
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Information Technology Technical Assistance and Training Center
Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access
Georgia Institute of Technology
490 10th Street NW · Atlanta, GA 30318
Telephone: 1-800-726-9119 (Voice/TTY) · Fax: 404-894-9320 · Email: email@example.com