AccessGA Impacts Across Georgia

AccessGA Impacts Across Georgia

Access GA Georgia's Accessible ICT Project

The AccessGA Project has been serving state agencies with their disability awareness and digital accessibility needs since 2012. The table below provides a list of some of the agencies that have received services through the AccessGA Project over the years.


Georgia State Agencies Served Through the AccessGA Project:

Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) Department of Public Health (DPH) Department of Community Supervision (DCS) Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD)
Department of Public Safety (DPS) GA Dept. of Law (AG's Office) Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation (GVRA) Department of Driver Services (DDS) Environmental Protection Division (EPD)
GA Public Libraries (GPLS) Jekyll Island Authority (JIA) Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Office of Disability Services Ombudsman (ODSO) State Board of Pardons and Paroles (PAP)
Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities (GCDD) Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) Department of Human Services (DHS) Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) Secretary of State's Office (SOS) Department of Labor (DOL) Department of Community Health (DCH)
Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency (GEMA/HS) Georgia State Financing and Investment Commission (GSFIC) University System of Georgia (USG) Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS) Georgia Building Authority (GBA)


AccessGA Services

Under AccessGA, the following is a list of some of the services and resources CIDI has provided to GA agencies and Higher Ed Institutions over the years:

Web Accessibility Audits

CIDI provides comprehensive accessibility audits of websites, applications and apps to evaluate their level of compliance. Reports include:

  • Comprehensive programmatic analysis and remediation solutions captured within a spreadsheet
  • Overall perspective and Executive Summary of success criteria, along with additional follow-up resources for the development team, designers and content editors
  • MP4 video that provides a walk-through of a given site/application using assistive technology (AT) solutions in order to convey how people with disabilities access content


These webinars address Information and Communication Technology (ICT) accessibility and related topics by Subject Matter Experts addressing digital accessibility barriers, solutions, and the legal landscape related to compliance and best practice.

Technical Assistance and Hands-On Training

Continued technical assistance is provided by Subject Matter Experts related to ICT accessibility. Training is provided onsite and online, and covers topics such as accessible document creation/remediation, captioning, audio description, accessibility standards and guidelines related to websites, applications and apps, the digital legal landscape, and AT solutions for people with disabilities.

Up-to-date AccessGA Website

The AccessGA website provides information and valuable resources related to ICT accessibility, along with archived webinars and materials on related topics.


AccessGA highlights topics related to ICT accessibility and showcases individuals with disabilities accessing essential services and information using a number of Assistive Technology solutions.

Guidance with Procurement and VPAT

Assistance is provided to evaluate and complete Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates (VPAT), and to ensure the language is effective for procurement officers.