VOLUNTARY PRODUCT ACCESSIBILITY TEMPLATE

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Demonstrate your ongoing commitment to accessibility with a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT).

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What is a VPAT?

A Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a document that helps you summarize how your website or digital asset addresses the technical requirements of accessibility laws like Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

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Why AudioEye

A Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a document that helps you summarize how your website or digital asset addresses the technical requirements of accessibility laws like Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

  • Step 1

    First, we’ll audit your website or digital asset to understand its current level of accessibility.

  • Step 2

    Then, we’ll fill out the VPAT for you — noting all accessibility features and current limitations.

  • Step 3

    Finally, we’ll help you update your VPAT as needed, based on any website or asset changes.

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What are the benefits of filling out a VPAT?

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What are the benefits of filling out a VPAT?

  • All U.S. federal agencies — as well as any organization that works with them — are required to comply with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, which mandates that all information and communications technology (ICT) is accessible to people with disabilities.
  • Once completed, the VPAT can be used to demonstrate compliance with Section 508 or turned into an Accessibility Conformance Report — a document many vendors are required to provide during the procurement process.
  • Using a VPAT can help demonstrate your ongoing commitment to accessibility.

Who is required to fill out a VPAT?

A Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a document that helps you summarize how your website or digital asset addresses the technical requirements of accessibility laws like Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

  • Government Authorities

    State, county, and municipal authorities that receive financial assistance from the US government.

  • Subsidized Organizations

    Universities, museums, galleries, medical centers, and other organizations that receive federal funding.

  • Contractors

    Any contractor — regardless of size or services offered — that wants to work with the US government.

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