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Chapter : General Policy and Analysis

General Policy and Analysis

General policy and analysis

Basic Resources

▶Agencies

Access Board,1331 F St. N.W., #1000, 20004-1111; (202) 272-0080. Fax, (202) 272-0081. David M. Capozzi, Executive Director, (202) 272-0010. Toll-free, (800) 872-2253. Toll-free TTY, (800) 993-2822. TTY, (202) 272-0082.

General email, info@access-board.gov

Web, www.access-board.gov

Develops and maintains accessibility requirements for buildings, transit vehicles, telecommunications equipment, medical diagnostic equipment, and electronic and information technology. Provides technical assistance and training on these guidelines and standards. Enforces access standards for federally funded facilities through the Architectural Barriers Act.

Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs (EB) (State Dept.), Transportation Affairs (TRA),2201 C St. N.W., #3425, 20520-5820; (202) 647-8001. Paul A. Brown, Deputy Assistant Secretary (Acting).

Web, www.state.gov/e/eb/tra

Supports the U.S. global transportation industry; negotiates international air services agreements; works with other departments on safe transportation infrastructure policies. ...

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