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Accessibility Management Plan

AMP is a web-based platform that provides a scalable, turnkey solution for meeting your Section 508, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) compliance needs. AMP provides the infrastructure to facilitate all aspects of a successful accessibility compliance program.

AMP’s powerful testing engine and work flow, accessible development best practices and extensive training course library allow organizations to quickly and efficiently incorporate accessibility compliance into existing development processes. This ensures organizations have the infrastructure to rapidly conform to accessibility standards in a cost effective fashion. Once a baseline level of conformance has been implemented AMP provides the support to track and maintain compliance over time. It accomplishes all this while providing an on-demand, cloud based ownership model drastically reducing total cost of ownership and overhead for accessibility efforts.

Auditing and Testing

Auditing is a critical aspect of any accessibility program. A successful audit will identify and prioritize all accessibility problems, define a method for addressing those issues, and document the system’s overall compliance with Section 508 , Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), and other accessibility standards.

AMP provides the ability to perform formal and informal compliance testing across a variety of accessibility standards and technologies. Based on ourproven Unified Audit Methodology , AMP’s testing support extends from the ability to perform in-browser, quick page tests to scanning complete enterprise level websites. AMP supports a wide degree of formality in testing from quick, page specific tests to full, formal compliance audits of systems.

Access Assistant, a toolbarfor Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome, allows users to test content directly within the browser. Access Assistantprovides a testing environment available to designers, developers and quality assurance teams to use throughout the development process. The toolbars allow developers to capture and test web pages directly from the browser into AMP – diagnosing issues directly against the Document Object Model(DOM) of the page. This provides AMP the ability to analyze real-time, dynamic content in a page that is inserted or modified by JavaScript or activated by user interaction. This service is provided directly in a browser testing environment via Access Assistantand supported in both Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers. This testing is integrated with all other AMP testing services and works seamlessly across all testing approaches – formal and informal – supported in AMP. This allows developers to diagnose all iterations of a live page and not just the static code of the page – an approach common in other accessibility tools.

Accessible Development Best Practices

Level Accessoften works with clients to provide customized accessibility standards and guidelines. These customized accessibility specifications include implementation standards and e-Learning modules that are specific to the client’s development environment. The customization is based largely on findings from an assessment on IT produced by the client either via formal Audit or informal assessment. The accessibility specification will define the target level of accessibility across all of the client’s system and provide a model for prioritizing the standards in the real world. Level Accesswill provide recommendations to the client about the priority of accessibility requirements in the context of these real world web sites and applications. Such standards will allow for a reduction in the scope of the accessibility requirements the client must implement by about 50% drastically decreasing real world implementation costs.

As part of Standards Development activities, Level Accesscan customize accessibility best practices to provide client developers with the following: a description of the accessibility issues, a description of Media Types and sub-domains (e.g., web, Flash, PDF), a non-compliant source code example, a compliant source code example, a recommended approach and options for addressing the issue, unit tests allowing for validation of the issue, and sourcing public standards associated with the best practice set.

Reporting

Enterprise level accessibility initiatives demand comprehensive reports that are tailored to specific roles within an organization. AMP supports this requirement by providing detailed reports across a number of parameters, including views of standards-based compliance levels, best practices for identified violations, affected modules, and violation prioritization. These reports allow organizations to document current accessibility status and compliance rates and create a prioritized project plan for addressing issues.

Contact us today for a free, 30-minute consultation with an accessibility expert.

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Living in or visiting Rotterdam? Information and useful links for students, locals and tourists.

Information about Rotterdam

From its beginnings as a fishing village in the 13th century, Rotterdam has evolved into the second largest Dutch city and home to one of the largest ports in the world.

Much of Rotterdam's centre was destroyed during World War II. However, the city was reborn as a hotspot for modern architecture, with a towering skyline that is always changing and several of the country's most innovative buildings.

A popular saying among Rotterdammers goes "Money is earned in Rotterdam, divided in The Hague and spent in Amsterdam ," reflecting Rotterdam's traditional view of itself as a no-nonsense workers' city.

Although Amsterdam is generally viewed as the cultural capital of the Netherlands, besides modern architecture Rotterdam also boasts one of the Netherlands' finest museums , the Boijmans van Beuningen, as well as a bustling contemporary art scene.

The city is also host to several major events and festivals , including the Zomercarnaval (Summercarnaval), which is the second largest Caribbean carnival in Europe, as well as the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Motel Mozaique, and the North Sea Jazz Festival.

Studying in Rotterdam

International Students Rotterdam (ISR) is a student-run organisation dedicated to helping international students acclimate to life in Rotterdam. ISR aims to do this through social events, academic events, and a comprehensive student guide about various aspects of living in Rotterdam.

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Implementation Monitoring

The FSB, through the Standing Committee on Standards Implementation (SCSI), coordinates and oversees the monitoring of the implementation of agreed financial reforms and its reporting to the G20. This includes reporting on members’ commitments and progress in implementing international financial standards and other policy initiatives; conducting peer reviews of FSB members (which are an obligation of membership); and encouraging global adherence to prudential regulatory and supervisory standards .

In order to strengthen the coordination and effectiveness of this monitoring, the FSB, in collaboration with the standard-setting bodies, established a framework in October 2011 - the Gucci Flowers pendant earrings with crystals PcaKqbxp
- for monitoring and reporting on the implementation of the G20 financial reforms. The CFIM was subsequently endorsed by the G20 Leaders at the Cannes Summit as a way to "intensify our monitoring of financial regulatory reforms, report on our progress and track our deficiencies".

The CFIM distinguishes between priority areas, which undergo more intensive monitoring and detailed reporting via periodic progress reports and peer reviews , and other areas of reform.The current list of priority areas, reviewed annually by the FSB in light of policy developments at the international level, comprises:

The FSB reviews the list of priority areas annually in light of policy developments at the international level.

A designated body -- for example, an FSB working group or the relevant standard-setter -- undertakes the monitoring and reporting of implementation progress in each priority area. The monitoring of the implementation in other areas of reform is undertaken by the FSB's Implementation Monitoring Network (IMN) based on survey responses of member jurisdictions.

Effects of Reforms

With the main elements of the post-crisis reforms agreed and implementation underway, more detailed analysis of the effects of those reforms is becoming possible. The FSB, in collaboration with the standard-setting bodies (SSBs), is analysing the effects of reforms, including whether the reforms are working together as intended. The main findings are summarised in the annual FSB reports to the G20 on the implementation and effects of the G20 financial regulatory reforms.

In order to enhance the analysis of the effects of reforms, the FSB, in collaboration with the SSBs, published in July 2017 a framework for the post-implementation evaluation of the effects of the G20 financial regulatory reforms. The framework aims to guide analyses of whether the reforms are achieving their intended outcomes, and help identify any material unintended consequences that may have to be addressed, without compromising on the objectives of the reforms.

Links on this page provide information on implementation progress for priority and other reform areas, G20 progress reports, FSB thematic and country peer reviews, the effects of reforms, and the FSB’s initiative on international cooperation and information exchange.

Read about FSB progress reports on financial regulatory reforms prepared for G20 Leaders Summits and for meetings of G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors.

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