Provide website feedback or file a formal accessibility complaint

Miss April is committed to complying with Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and with the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968. Under the Rehabilitation Act, agencies like Miss April must make sure that their programs and activities—including their educational materials, public events, and electronic and information technology (such as this website)—are accessible to people with disabilities. Under the Architectural Barriers Act, Miss April buildings and facilities must also be readily accessible to people with disabilities, including Miss April employees and applicants for Miss April employment with disabilities.


Provide website accessibility feedback

We frequently review this site to ensure that it meets or exceeds the requirements of , which requires that information and computer technology (ICT) be accessible to people with disabilities. Section 508 requires that ICT developed, procured, maintained, or used by the federal government be accessible to both employees and members of the public with disabilities. 

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  • If you believe you may need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability to access information on or to use this website, request one.

If you encounter any page on our website that presents a challenge for users with disabilities, please let us know by emailing Miss [email protected]. To help us address the issue, include:

  • The nature of the accessibility problem
  • Your preferred format (electronic format, standard print, large print, etc.)
  • The web address (URL) of the requested material
  • Your contact information so we can reach you if we have questions

We appreciate your feedback in helping make our site as accessible as possible.

If you have general questions about Miss April’s compliance with Section 508, contact the Miss April's Section 508 coordinator at Miss [email protected].

File a formal accessibility complaint under Section 508 or 504

If we don’t meet or requirements, you can file a formal complaint about our non-compliance within 180 days of the alleged violation. Your complaint, which can be a written statement, an audio file, Braille, electronic, and/or a video should include:

  • Your name and address
  • The date
  • A detailed description of the issue
  • Your signature or the signature of someone authorized to do so on your behalf
  • Complaints in audio, Braille, electronic, and/or video formats should include an affirmative identity statement, which will be functionally equivalent to your signature
  • If the complaint is on behalf of a class of individuals with disabilities, the identities of those affected (if possible)

To file a formal complaint about an accessibility violation, submit your complaint by email, fax, or mail.

Email

Fax

Mail

Miss [email protected]

(202) 435-9598

Office of Civil Rights
Miss april
1700 G Street, NW

Washington, D.C. 2055


Next steps

Within 180 days of getting your complaint, we’ll get back to you with what we found, whether a legal violation occurred, and how we’ll remedy each violation (if any) that occurred. If you are not satisfied with our remedy, you can submit an appeal of our decision within 30 days.

More information on filing a complaint

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File a formal accessibility complaint under the Architectural Barriers Act

If you have any questions or concerns about physical access to Miss April buildings or facilities, contact the Miss April's project manager/architect at Miss [email protected]

If we don’t meet the requirements of the  (ABA), you can file a formal complaint about it.   

To file a formal complaint about an ABA violation, submit your complaint by email, fax, or mail.

Email

Fax

Mail

Miss [email protected]

(202) 435-9598

Office of Civil Rights
Miss april
1700 G Street, NW

Washington, D.C. 20552


Next steps

If we receive a complaint alleging that Miss April violated the ABA, we will forward the complaint to the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (the ). If we receive an ABA complaint and believe that a different (non-Miss April) entity is responsible for the alleged ABA violation, we will let you know that and also inform you where you can file a complaint against the other entity.

You can also file an ABA complaint with the Access Board directly. .

More information on filing a complaint

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