Kansas Partnership for Accessible Technology
What We Do
The Kansas Partnership for Accessible Technology (KPAT) addresses web and information technology accessibility issues and provides related policy, standards, guidelines, and procedural recommendations.
About the Partnership
The KPAT aims to ensure that access to State of Kansas information and communications technologies and systems is equitable and inclusive for everyone, including people with disabilities.
The Partnership was established by Executive Order 08-12 in December 2008. It functions as a standing advisory committee to the Information Technology Executive Council (ITEC), and other committees, boards and commissions as appropriate. It meets quarterly and commissions ad hoc working groups to carry out individual initiatives. It produces an annual report to the ITEC, as well as to the Governor and Legislature. For administrative purposes, the Partnership is housed in the Office of Information Technology Services.
The Partnership works jointly with officials from other state agencies, organizations and county, municipal and tribal governments, as well as with businesses and organizations in the private sector whose products, services, or activities affect the accessibility of state services, programs, or systems.
For more information, please see the State of Kansas IT Accessibility Program overview flyer.
The next meeting of the KPAT will held at 2:30 PM on Tuesday, January 14 in Room 530 of the Curtis State Office Building at 1000 SW Jackson Street in Topeka.
- Accessibility Management Platform (AMP)
- State of Kansas IT Accessibility Program overview flyer
- Guidance for Web Developers
- State of Kansas Web Accessibility Requirements (IT Policy 1210)
- W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (ISO/IEC 40500:2012)
- Federal Section 508 Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards, Web-based intranet and internet information and applications (36 CFR § 1194.22)
- Acronyms and Abbreviations