Privacy Policy and Document Accessibility

Privacy Statement

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Document Accessibility Statement

FedStats is committed to making every web page on its World Wide Web server accessible to all possible audiences, including the visually impaired, those with limited mobility, and those who are working with slower computers, browsers and modems.

Many of the documents on the FedStats website are in HTML format. These documents are accessible to persons using screen reading software. We also have documents in Adobe Acrobat PDF (Portable Document Format) files. Currently, many people using screen reading devices cannot read documents in PDF format.

Adobe Systems, Inc., is producing various products designed to make Adobe Acrobat documents accessible to persons using screen reading software. Their accessibility web pages describe their efforts. They also have a free downloadable accessibility plug-in, called Adobe Access, for use with the latest versions of the Adobe Acrobat Reader for Microsoft Windows 3.1, Windows 95, or Windows NT. This plug-in helps to overcome some of the problems of reading PDF documents with screen readers. While these tools are in development, we are committed to providing HTML versions of these PDF files.

FedStats uses link and search capabilities to help you navigate publicly available statistics from over 100 Federal agencies. Our statement on accessibility described here does not necessarily apply to those sites. We suggest contacting these sites directly for their positions on accessibility.

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