Accessibility Policy for This Site


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Our agency is committed to making all of our Internet content accessible to everyone. If you have difficulty using this site, please contact us via our Agency Contacts List.

To ensure that we meet or exceed the requirements of the 1998 Amendment to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, we continually review our site and modify web pages and documents to improve and enhance accessibility for people with disabilities.

Section 508 accommodation

If you have difficulty using this site, we are offering several accommodations for you to provide input. All agencies hosting these online dialogs are providing accommodations via phone, email, or mail. See our Agency Contacts List for a detailed list of agency contact information, sorted by agency.

What to do if you have trouble

If you have any difficulty with our site, please contact the agency managing this particular engagement (see Agency Contacts List) or contact us at

We have alternate ways for you to submit your ideas and comments (usually by telephone, email, or mail). Please visit our Agency Contacts List to find alternative ways to participate in this effort. You may also subscribe to the dialog tools RSS feeds if you'd like to get updates on the ideas submitted.

Please let us know of any issues/problems so we can continuously improve this site.

Help with the registration security test

We use a visual or audio security test, called CAPTCHA, to secure our site.

If you have trouble reading the security test image, please select a new image using the reload button.

Image of reload button.

If you prefer an audible CAPTCHA, you can select that option and enter the words or numbers you hear.

Image of audio button.

The Web Visum Firefox extension could help you solve your security test. You may also contact us at and we can help you.

Multiple ways to participate

You can participate in this citizen input effort in multiple ways. You may use this online tool to participate or, if you prefer, you can use other mechanisms (usually email, phone, mail). To view alternate ways to engage in this Open Government effort, see our Agency Contacts List, a list of agency contact information, sorted by agency.

Information submitted via ways other than this site

Information that is submitted via email, phone, or other means will be placed on this site by our moderators. That allows others to comment and vote on your ideas.

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Content Lead: Justin Herman
Page Reviewed/Updated: December 7, 2011

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