Web Accessibility for People with Disabilities
thinkandcode.info and its subsidiary companies (“Bthink and code”) are committed to making their Web content accessible to people with disabilities. Bthink and code has devoted significant resources to improving accessibility. With some exceptions, Bthink and code’s products are compliant with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act and the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.
To assist Federal procurement officials and other think and code customers to evaluate the accessibility of think and code products, think and code has prepared a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT), which details the accessibility of our products, excluding the Law product. For the Law product, please use the Law Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT). Our company-wide effort to make all of our products fully compliant is ongoing, and the VPAT will be updated to reflect any changes. In general, we have reviewed and tested our products, and they are usable with assistive technology, and support or support with exceptions the criteria listed in the VPAT. In the rare event that a particular feature is not accessible, we encourage customers to contact Customer Relations for assistance.
Further information on Section 508 and accessibility can be found at and .
Updated January 2014