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Making Government Accessible

GSA is your advocate for ensuring facilities are designed and built to meet the needs of persons with disabilities. From building to purchasing to policy, GSA is actively involved in making your government accessible. GSA develops policies guaranteeing government technology is available to all Americans.

Video: GSA Helps Eliminate Barriers

GSA Website Accessibility

Section 508

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How to Get Hired

Come work at GSA! We are one of the best places to work in the federal government, and we know you’ll find a home here.

Reasonable Accommodations

OPM - Employing People with Disability

Department of Labor Office of Disability Employment Policy

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Accessible Facility Design

When we build and renovate federal buildings, we include a core set of rules that ensures each federal building is accessible to all individuals with disabilities.

Accessible Facility Design

Facility Standards for the Public Buildings Service (P100)

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Assistive Technology for Americans who have Disabilities

By making assistive-technology accommodations available to its employees with disabilities, GSA provides connections to information and tools required to excel in the workplace. We at GSA also partner with other federal agencies to provide policies and the most innovative technological solutions in support of all Americans with Disabilities.

Job Accommodation Network (JAN)

Assistive Technology Product Library

Federal Relay Service (FedRelay)

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Electronic Accessibility Information
Deb Gallagher 
(202) 219-1627
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Office of the Chief Architect
Thomas N. Williams
National Accessibility Officer
(202) 501-3280
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For all other inquiries, please contact GSA's Office of Civil Rights at:

Office of Civil Rights (AK)
1800 F Street, NW, Room 2331
Washington, DC 20405
(202) 501-0767
FedRelay: 1-800-877-8339

Last Reviewed 2017-02-02