Websites and applications include any electronic resource that is delivered via HTTP or HTTPS, and any other technologies used in the retrieval, delivery, or presentation of the resource, as described by the United States Access Board in “Text of the Standards and Guidelines - United States Access Board”:

  1. Websites and applications, including all content, documents, and interfaces must conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)  2.0.
  2. Websites, applications, and other resources must provide a well-labeled, accessible link so that users can contact to a person responsible for the resource.
  3. Websites and applications must be interoperable with appropriate assistive technologies, such as screen readers; all instructions, contextual cues, and dynamic actions must be effectively communicated to the user.