The Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP) provides assistive technology and support services to individuals with disabilities and wounded, ill and injured Service members. These include those that are blind, have low vision, deaf, hard of hearing or have a dexterity, communication, cognitive, or learning disability. CAP increases access to information and works to remove barriers to employment opportunities by eliminating the costs of assistive technology and accommodation solutions.
CAP works closely with federal hiring managers, supervisors and IT professionals involved in the recruitment, placement, promotion and retention of people with disabilities or wounded, ill and injured Service members. Any employee with a disability employed by a component of the Department of Defense (DoD) or by any Federal agency can request CAP assistive technology and services.
While CAP’s primary focus is on disabled individuals in DoD and the Federal government. We also provide assistance and guidance on the aging workforce, with disabling conditions that prevent them from accessing information, gaining employment, or inhibiting their workplace productivity to ensure successful employment for people with disabilities.
CAP assists our customers within the United States and abroad by:
- Conducting needs assessments to identify appropriate assistive technology
- Purchasing assistive technology and services
- Assisting in technology integration
- Providing training on how to use assistive technology
- Advising agencies about creating accessible electronic environments
- Assisting in accommodating work-related injuries
- Supporting telework participants
- Conducting presentations about CAP services and other accessibility issues