All About Training, Inc.

ALL ABOUT TRAINING, INC

8013 Runnymeade Drive

Frederick, MD 21702

Phone: 301-682-9561

Fax: 301-682-3207

E-mail: sbarker@allabouttraininginc.com

 

 

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GSA ADVANTAGE GS-02-F-0076USAM LOGOSection 508

Phone 301.682.9561 | Fax 301.682.3207

GSA: GS-02-F-0076U April 2008 through April 2018

SCHEDULE: MOBIS 874

NAICS: 611430

Duns: 152253324

CAGE CODE: 3SPN6

CPARS: YES

IPP: YES

CCR: YES

ORCA: YES

SBA: Economically Disadvantaged

WOMAN OWNED SMALL BUSINESS

SECTION 508: COMPLIANT

SBA.GOV site - U.S Small Business AdministrationText Box: EDWOSB
Text Box: VIRGINA S.W.A.M. CERTIFIED

All About Training Team uses Section 508 Good Practices

 

Section 508 Standards Summary

General (Subpart A)

The standards define the types of technology covered and set forth provisions that establish a minimum level of accessibility. The application section (1194.2) outlines the scope and coverage of the standards. The standards cover the full range of electronic and information technologies in the Federal sector, including those used for communication, duplication, computing, storage, presentation, control, transport and production. This includes computers, software, networks, peripherals and other types of electronic office equipment. The standards define electronic and information technology, in part, as "any equipment or interconnected system or subsystem of equipment, that is used in the creation, conversion, or duplication of data or information." Subpart A also explains what is exempt (1194.3), defines terms (1194.4), and generally recognizes alternatives to what is required that provide equal or greater access (1194.5). Consistent with the law, the standards exempt systems used for military command, weaponry, intelligence, and cryptologic activities (but not routine business and administrative systems used for other defense-related purposes or by defense agencies or personnel). The standards also exempt "back office" equipment used only by service personnel for maintenance, repair, or similar purposes. The standards cover technology procured by Federal agencies under contract with a private entity, but apply only to those products directly relevant to the contract and its deliverables. An exception clarifies that the standards do not apply to technology that is incidental to a Federal contract. Thus, those products that are not specified as part of a contract with a Federal agency would not have to comply with the standards. For example, a firm that produces a report for a Federal agency under a contract would not have to procure accessible computers and word processing software even if they were used exclusively for the contract; however, compliance would be required if such products were to become the property of the Federal agency as contract deliverables or if the Federal agency purchased the products to be used by the contractor as part of the project. If a Federal agency contracts with a firm to develop its web site, the standards would apply to the new web site for the agency but not to the firm's own web site.

Technical Standards (Subpart B)

The standards provide criteria specific to various types of technologies, including:

 software applications and operating systems

 web-based information or applications

 telecommunication products

 video and multimedia products

 self contained, closed products (e.g., information kiosks, calculators, and fax machines)

 desktop and portable computers

 

SOME OF OUR MOST RECENT 508 COMPLIANT DELIVERABLES:

 

HSFEHQ-11-F-1128

Compliance Team headed by Dr. Danny McCoy/AAT

HSFEHQ-09-F-0006

Compliance Team headed by Christina Wightman/AAT

HSFEHQ-09-F-0007

Compliance Team headed by Christina Wightman/AAT

HSFEHQ-09-F-0005

Compliance Team headed by Christina Wightman/AAT