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California State Government Websites: Departments Must Improve Website Accessibility So That Persons with Disabilities Have Comparable Access to State Services
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Elaine M. Howle (ed)
Since Jan. 2003, Calif. state law has required state governmental entities to comply with federal requirements that mandate that persons with disabilities have access to and use of information and data that is comparable to the access and use by those without disabilities. Calif. added new standards for accessible websites in June 2006. Data show that in Jan. 2015 there were millions of unique visits to Calif. government websites. The departmentsäó» websites reviewed during this audit are not fully accessible to persons with disabilities. Most did not regularly test updates to their websites to ensure that the websites were accessible after the updates. Calif. would benefit from requiring web accessibility training for staff involved in the procurement or development of websites and from naming the Calif. Dept. of Tech. as responsible for overseeing governmental entitiesäó» efforts to test their websites for accessibility. Also, state law should be amended to require all state websites to comply with updated standards. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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