CAP / DOD
Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP) provides assistive technology and services to people with disabilities, Federal managers, supervisors, IT professionals, and Wounded Services Members.
USDA Target Center
The USDA TARGET Center conducts needs assessments and technology demonstrations of assistive technologies and ergonomic solutions to aid employees in their work environment.
To make a personal connection with their customers by operating and providing the premier worldwide video communication service for deaf, hard of hearing and hearing individuals through utilization of video relay interpreting services, leading-edge technology, and a firm commitment to improving the quality of life for deaf and hard of hearing consumers who use sign language and/or speech reading.
Federal Relay Service
FRS is a Federal Government service, which utilizes the FTS2001 network in order to allow Federal employees who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, deaf/blind and or have speech disabilities equal communication access
Federal Relay Service Online
FRSO is an Internet Relay technology that can revolutionize the way you use relay. Anyone who has access to the Internet and has a web browser, can use Federal Relay Service Online.
Federal Relay Conference Captioning
Federal RCC is an Internet-based technology that can revolutionize the way you join teleconference calls.
Federal Video Relay Service
FEDVRS is the communication solution for American Sign Language (ASL) users. FEDVRS allows natural telephone communication between ASL and standard phone users.
Federal Relay Captel Program
The Captioned Telephone (or CapTel™ for short) is a new technology that allows people to receive word-for-word captions of their telephone conversations.
As the sole Deaf-owned Video Relay Service provider, Convo creates the most natural calling experience possible for Deaf people with technologies like Convo Desktop, Convo Mobile, and most recently, Convo Lights.