Government Accessibility

Making sure a website is accessible and inclusive to all users is important for any business, but by the very nature of the services offered and the functions served by the government it is arguably even more important in this case. 

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Users Face Online Access Barriers on Government Websites

Recent research shows that a significant percentage of government website home pages still aren’t accessible to people with disabilities.

Providing assistive technology on government websites will allow visitors to understand the content in a way that works best for them.

Why you Should Provide Support on Government Websites

Support the Vulnerable
Government websites must be inclusive so that residents are not left in the dark about local rules, regulations, and what is going on in their communities.
Enhanced Brand Image
Welcoming people with varied disabilities and access needs promotes your commitment to inclusion and sets you apart from the competition.
Employer of Choice
Being inclusive sets you apart as an employer of choice. Higher staff satisfaction scores and reduced turnover rates will increase the pool of candidates who want to interview, work, and stay with you.

Let us show you how easy it can be.

Thousands of government web pages made accessible through the use of assistive technology

The Recite Me assistive toolbar on government websites breaks down online access barriers making it easier for visitors to read and understand online content. Users can make single or multiple adjustments to a website to create a uniquely customized experience.

This is the total number of users who launched the Recite Me toolbar on government websites.
This is the total number of pages viewed using the Recite Me toolbar.
Higher than the industry average pages viewed per session.
Download our Online Inclusion Guide
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Download our guide which looks at why digital barriers are a problem, who needs support, the importance of online inclusion, Recite Me clients, and an overview of our data from the past year.


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