e-Gov faces access test

October 2005
Information World Review;Oct2005, Issue 217, p8
Trade Publication
This article provides information on the lack of attention given to accessibility by British government information professionals working towards the Implementing e-Government (IeG) standards. Government bodies will face a second IeG deadline of ensuring that all their website information complies with the e-Government metadata standard and be accessible to the AA standard set by the World Wide Web Consortium.


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