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Q&A: Ensuring Section 508 Compliance and Accessibility for All Users

Q&A: Ensuring Section 508 Compliance and Accessibility for All Users FROM LEFT: DENISE LAWSON, MEGHAN EDWARDS AND MATTHEW FRAZIER One of the most important aspects of QIP’s work is ensuring that virtually everything the company produces—documents, infographics, digital materials, videos—is…
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Meet Laura Thompson, QIP Senior Communications Specialist

Laura Thompson, Senior Communications Specialist As QIP’s senior communications specialist, Laura Thompson’s chief responsibility is producing publications for the Education Data Technical Assistance Program (EDTAP)—documents primarily geared toward sharing best practices about building and using longitudinal data systems. Though she…
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What Federal Agencies Need to Know About Plain Language

Simple, direct, and understandable, plain language engages and informs your audience. Communications experts know this, and the law requires federal agencies to use it. The Plain Language Act of 2010 requires federal agencies to follow the Federal Plain Language Guidelines; follow implementation…