Recognized for Paving the Way

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Meeting the Needs of Customers with Disabilities

Since December 2012, when AT&T launched the Corporate Accessibility Technology Office (CATO), the organization has experienced great success.  The organization was established to lead AT&T’s efforts to meet the needs of customers with disabilities and since the office opened, it has already processed over 11,000 requests for accessibility review.  

In recognition of these efforts, the Global Initiative for Inclusive ICTs (G3ict) has honored the CATO team’s tireless work by publishing a white paper that highlights the organization, its structure and its successes.

Read more about AT&T's CATO recognition in our consumer blog and in G3ict's news release.

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