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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.

7/22/2014

Prevent Eye Injury in the Workplace

July is Eye Injury Prevention Month. Watch CAP's Quick Tip video, "Reducing Eyestrain When You Work" for tips.


7/15/2014

Join the Conversation on Twitter: #accessUSAgov

On Monday, July 21st from 1:00-2:00pm EST, join the conversation on Twitter as we discuss the Public Accessibility & Communication (PAC) Initiative using #accessUSAgov.


6/3/2014

Important CAP Dates

Mark your calendars for the dates that will affect reasonable accommodation requests submitted to CAP for the remainder of the fiscal year.


5/6/2014

Announcing CAP Quick Tip Video Series!

Have questions about working with CAP? Don't have much time? We've created a series of short Quick Tips to help answer some of our most frequently asked questions.


4/4/2014

NBC Washington, Channel 4 (NBC4) Story on The Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP)

NBC4's news feature story on the Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP).


2/18/2014

Public Accessibility and Communication (PAC) Initiative

Under the Public Accessibility and Communication (PAC) Initiative, CAP provides reasonable accommodations and assistive technology to increase access to federal programs and services for federal employees and members of the general public with disabilities



1/6/2014

Tell Us Your Story!

Help us reach out to other Federal employees and wounded Service members by telling your story.


12/19/2013

New AT video: Software for Cognitive Limitations

New Assistive Technology Video, “Software for Cognitive Limitations” is now available on the CAP YouTube Channel. www.youtube.com/thedodcap


11/7/2013

Update: CAP Has Recieved First Quarter Funding

CAP has received our first quarter funding under the continuing resolution. Requests will be processed in the order in which they were received.


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