CAP maintains an archive of press releases, news items and other articles about topics of interest in the disability arena.
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.
CAP has been informed by its contracting office that they will not sign off on any Ergotron or Varidesk products due to compliance with the Buy American Act.
The Winter CAPtions is now available. This quarter's newsletter features a jointly written article between CAP and A Head for the Future.
Do you know which two recent Presidents of the United States used hearing aids?
The Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP) is currently working through a backlog of over 2,000 accommodations.
The Fall CAPtions is now available. Please check out the most recent CAP activities and milestones celebrated.
At the Department of Defense (DoD) Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP), our staff wants to recognize a champion of justice and an individual that shaped the policies for centralized reasonable accommodations, the Workforce Recruitment Program, and other pillars that continue to be positive influences in federal employment of individuals with disabilities.
Workers with disabilities are an under-tapped labor pool, and technology can play a major role in remedying this situation, according to speakers in an Oct. 21 webinar sponsored by Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations.
The 35th annual Department of Defense Disability Awards ceremony was hosted by Acting Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness Brad Carson in the Pentagon Auditorium Oct. 29.
CAP was recognized by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for 25 years of service in accommodating federal employees with disabilities and promoting equal access throughout the government.