HB21-1110: Colorado Laws For Persons With Disabilities

House Bill:

SIPA is following the State of Colorado's Technology Accessibility Guidelines 

OIT March 2023 Newsletter: State accessibility standards updates are coming soon!
"The World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) latest version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is slated to be released in April. On this web page, we’ll give you an overview of what you can expect and prepare for the release of WCAG 2.2. We’re going to review the updated level A and AA success criteria only. Level AAA is not required by the state accessibility standards."

OIT Technology Accessibility Program
The Technology Accessibility Program (TAP) was created to help state agencies to provide equal access to state services, programs or activities. OIT, through TAP, gives state agencies tools and resources to implement up-to-date accessibility best practices such as:

OIT helps agencies take the first steps toward improving their services’ accessibility now, and keeping up to date with best practices as they continue to evolve.

Contact the Technology Accessibility Program in the Governor's Office of Information Technology at!

NIC tutorials for making your content accessible:

Adobe Acrobat tutorial for making PDFs accessible:

Special Districts: use this tool by Streamline to check your website for compliance


Digital Accessibility required in Colorado