The General Services Administration is committed to providing access to our websites for all visitors with disabilities.
To meet this commitment, we comply with the requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. Section 508 (29 U.S.C. 794d), requiring that individuals with disabilities, who are federal employees or members of the public seeking information or services from us have access to and use of information and data that is comparable to the information provided to federal employees or the public who are not individuals with disabilities, unless an undue burden would be imposed on us.
If you have a problem viewing any material on gsa.gov or another GSA website because of difficulties with assistive technologies, please contact GSA’s Section 508 Coordinators (Quentis Scott (202) 208-4134 or Daniel Perkins (816) 823-1717) for assistance. If you have any other questions or problems about a page on gsa.gov, please send your concerns directly to the contact(s) on that page. If you contact us by email, please indicate the nature of your accessibility problem, the preferred format in which you want to receive any materials, and your contact information.
Accessibility Aids: Plug-ins and File Viewers
All applets, plug-ins, or other applications required by GSA webpages that are not included on the specific page are found as links from this page.
Most of these links are to non-government sources. GSA does not endorse any of these products; they are listed below for the convenience of our visitors. Address questions about the particular plug-in or file viewer to the respective vendor.
Use Adobe Acrobat to read Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
Adobe Flash Player
Files with this extension (SWF) require the Adobe Flash Player.
Microsoft offers file viewer and converter programs to enable those who do not have MS-Word or have another version of MS-Word to open and view MS-Word files.
Microsoft offers file viewer and converter programs to enable those who do not have MS-Excel or have another version of MS-Excel to view MS-Excel files.
Microsoft offers file viewer and converter programs to enable those who do not have MS-PowerPoint or have another version of MS-PowerPoint to view MS-PowerPoint files.
Zip files are single files, sometimes called "archives", that contain one or more compressed files. Files with this extension (.zip) require the WinZip, to open and extract them.