Electronic Information Resources (EIR) Accessibility

Improving EIR Accessibility for all Texans 

Electronic and Information Resources (EIR) accessibility means providing technology, electronic information, and services through multiple ways so that communication is not contingent on a single sense or ability. 

DIR supports your efforts to make electronic information resources accessible through the office of the Statewide EIR Accessibility Program Director. You can contact the EIR Accessibility Program Director at: statewideaccessibility@dir.texas.gov 

Persons having difficulty accessing electronic information on a state website should contact the specific agency hosting the website. 

EIR Accessibility Quick Links

EIR Accessibility Roles and Responsibilities
Designate an EIR Accessibility Coordinator and learn about agency and statewide roles and responsibilities
EIR Accessibility Roles and Responsibilities
EIR Accessibility Coordinator
Designate an EIR Coordinator and learn more about this important role
EIR Accessibility Coordinator
Free EIR Accessibility Tools, Training, and Tutorials
Use the free WCAG web scanning program and develop skills at no cost through Access University and other tutorials
Free EIR Accessibility Tools, Training, and Tutorials
EIR Accessibility Resources
Explore resources to help your agency with EIR accessibility
EIR Accessibility Resources
EIR Accessibility Requirements, Exceptions, and Exemptions
Learn about requirements for EIR Accessibility in Texas government
EIR Accessibility Requirements, Exceptions, and Exemptions
EIR Accessibility Procurement and Vendor Information
Discover resources to help your agency procure accessible electronic information resources
EIR Accessibility Procurement and Vendor Information

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