The FBI is committed to providing access to our information and communication technology for all employees and members of the public with disabilities. We comply with the requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Section 508 requires that we provide individuals with disabilities who are authorized access to our systems with access to and use of information and data that is comparable to individuals without disabilities, unless an "undue burden" would be imposed on the Bureau.
If you have any other questions or Section 508-related complaints with fbi.gov, you may contact the fbi.gov content manager in writing or by phone at:
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Attention: FBI Internet Content Manager
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Room 7790-C
Washington, DC 20535-0001
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- the nature of your accessibility problem
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Our goal is to eliminate any barriers people with disabilities may encounter in accessing FBI information or to provide an alternate means of accessing that information.
FBI Headquarters, field offices, and other facilities comply with accessibility standards to ensure access for employees and visitors with disabilities, as required by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968.
The Architectural Barriers Act requires buildings or facilities to be accessible if they are designed, built, or altered with federal dollars or leased by federal agencies after August 12, 1968. Complaints about inaccessibility of FBI buildings or facilities should be made directly to the U.S. Access Board at access-board.gov/enforcement.
The FBI provides legally entitled reasonable accommodations (RAs) to qualified job applicants with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs.
- Medical Condition: An RA based on a medical condition is any change in the work environment (or in the manner in which work is performed) to enable a qualified person with a disability to enjoy equal employment opportunities and/or perform the essential functions of the job.
- Sincerely Held Religious Beliefs: An RA based on a sincerely held religious belief modifies rules or policies to follow a person's sincerely held religious beliefs, observances, or practices.
To ask questions or initiate a request, email the FBI's RA Program or call (202) 324-2158.
This page was last updated January 10, 2024.