This Web site meets conformance level Double-A of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, including all Priority 1 and Priority 2 checkpoints defined in the Guidelines set by the World Wide Web Consortium's [link opens in new window] (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative.
This Web site is compliant with [link opens in new window] Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, which requires that Federal agencies' electronic and information technology (including Web sites) is accessible to people with disabilities.
This Web site was designed to be accessible to all visitors. Our goal is to employ the latest technology to provide understandable information easily accessible to everyone. Special features within the site help to make information available to users with disabilities. Web site visitors using screen reader software will find that pictures are accompanied by alternative text descriptions. The design and layout of each page help to maintain a logical reading order when assistive technology is used.
This Web site has a number of text sizes for you to choose from. Every page has links to change the size of the text at the top of the page. Once you make your selection, that style will follow you throughout the site
This web site was built with accessibility standards in mind. Your input can help to improve accessibility. the Webmaster with ideas and comments.