RTI Web Accessibility Statement

In accordance with our stated mission to improve the human condition, RTI is committed to providing access to our external web pages for individuals with disabilities. We also provide a lower graphics version of our site specifically designed for accessibility, and a link on each page to a print version, which site visitors may find useful because it displays the page without navigation and decorative elements. In addition, we periodically review our implementation of the recommendations of the Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act and W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines to match current best practices.

If you are disabled and experience difficulty using the site or you would like to suggest an improvement, please contact the RTI webmaster. To enable us to respond in a manner most helpful to you, please indicate the nature of your accessibility problem, the web address (URL) of the material with which you are having difficulty, and your contact information.