Wonderful government guidelines for universal website accessibility
In other words, Departments should consider the needs of a broad spectrum of visitors, including the general public, specialized audiences, people with disabilities, those without access to advanced technologies, and those with limited English proficiency. Read 1.3 GUIDELINES FOR INDIAN GOVERNMENT WEBSITES Read 1.8 Version 2. The above-mentioned sections have been categorized as ‘MUST’ meaning thereby that inclusion of these in a website is mandatory for ensuring compliance.
Compliance to Guidelines
These guidelines are being circulated amongst all Indian Government Departments at all levels (Central, State, District). Read 1.5
Departments should use such language tools, including language software, to evaluate the
readability of the website’s content. Read 5.3.5 GIGW Guideline Read 5.3.4 Version 2
Every INDIAN Government website follows guidelines of GIGW (GUIDELINES FOR INDIAN GOVERNMENT WEBSITES) and GIGW guidelines Version 2 is revised by Ms. Nandita Chaudhri Deputy Director General, NIC.
Our web accessibility tool is appreciated by Ms. Nandita Chaudhri Deputy Director General, NIC. She said, “We appreciate the potential of your invention."
Guidelines for governments websites are almost same in all world.
Improving Access to Services for Persons With Limited English Proficiency
Federal Register / Vol. 65, No. 159 / Wednesday, August 16, 2000, / Presidential Documents. Read Presidential Documents on Wednesday, August 16, 2000,
Federal Government's Renewed Commitment to Language Access (USA)
HEADS OF FEDERAL AGENCIES, GENERAL COUNSELS, AND CIVIL RIGHTS HEADS Documents
Social Media, Web-Based Interactive Technologies, and the Paperwork Reduction Act (USA)
To engage the public, Federal agencies are expanding their use of social media and web-based interactive technologies. Documents
Information Quality (USA)
Create content that’s accurate, relevant, easy-to-use, and conveyed in plain language. Read : - Information Quality Documents
Accessibility/Section 508 (USA)
Ensure access for people with disabilities, including motor, auditory, cognitive, seizure/neurological, and visual impairments; ensure content is “perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust.” Read : - Accessibility/Section 508
To promote the development
To promote the development of major technological equipment and innovation concerning the communication sector Documents
China accessibility law and web standard used for government websites
Law on the Protection of Persons with Disabilities 1990, as amended and Voluntary Web Accessibility Standard. Documents