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The FICC is committed to ensuring that its site is accessible to all users and in promoting the goals of Section 508Exit FICC: Disclaimer.  This Web site has been tested with various assistive technologies and conforms to existing recommendations and standards:

Uses Valid HTML 4.01 Coding

Uses Valid CSS Coding

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The  FICC is very concerned that all pages contained on its Web site are accessible to as many potential viewers as possible. In an effort to enhance the accessibility of its Web pages the following steps are taken:

  1. The FICC Web site meets guidelines for section 508.  For more information see:  http://www.access-board.gov/508.htmExternal
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  2. The FICC Web site uses the W3C HTML Validation ServiceExternal 
Link Disclaimer to check HTML pages for their conformance to current W3C HTML recommendations and standards. While this conformance does not ensure accessibility for all people with disabilities, it does promote overall accessibility of the FICC's Web pages. For mor information see: http://validator.w3.org/.Exit FICC: Disclaimer

  3.  We use the W3C CSS Validation Service to check cascading style sheets used for this site for their conformance to current W3C CSS recommendations and standards. While this conformance does not ensure accessibility for all people with disabilities, it does promote overall accessibility of the FICC's Web pages. For more information see: http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/Exit FICC: Disclaimer.

If you are having difficulty viewing any file on our site due to accessibility issues, please contact the FICC Executive Director for assistance or to request alternative formats.




This page last modified on 7-12-2002 (gkp)