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News

CAP maintains an archive of press releases, news items and other articles about topics of interest in the disability arena.

9/18/2017

Constitution Week

This week is an annual observance to commemorate the living document that upholds and protects the freedoms central to the American way of life.


9/12/2017

Introducing Mr. Curtis D. Bell: CAP’s new Director

The Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Curtis D. Bell as CAP Director.


6/15/2017

CAPtions Summer 2017

What causes scoliosis? Find out in the latest edition of CAPtions! Also included is a case study focusing on workplace ergonomics, a briefing of the DoD-wide Windows 10 transition, and learn why Federal Employee/Disability Advocate Regina Blye says that resources like CAPTEC are essential.


5/24/2017

Accommodation Solution Highlight: Sit-to-Stand Workstations

In an attempt to help people understand factors to consider, CAP has created a video which includes a few of the most commonly requested sit-to-stand workstations.


4/18/2017

Spring CAPtions 2017

The Spring CAPtions is now available. This quarter's newsletter features the recent Rehabilitation Act updates and CAP outreach activities.


3/1/2017

CAP Procurement Update

As of March 1st, CAP's most expedient procurement method, Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs), became available.


1/26/2017

Fix for ZoomText and Window-Eyes

On January 26, 2017, Ai Squared software products such as ZoomText and Window-Eyes will begin to experience startup failures as a result of digital certificate used to certify the products being compromised.


1/6/2017

Winter CAPtions 2017

The Winter CAPtions is now available. This quarter's newsletter features a jointly written article between CAP and A Head for the Future.


11/18/2016

CAP Presidential Trivia

Do you know which two recent Presidents of the United States used hearing aids?


11/17/2016

CAP Procurement Update

The Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP) is currently working through a backlog of over 2,000 accommodations.


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