Accessibility Policy

Accessibility Policy

The AMP PD website is designed to be accessible to all users and compatible with screen readers and other assistive technologies. The website is fully compliant with federal Section 508 standards and applicable policies. However, it is possible that you may encounter problems when accessing certain pages.

The AMP PD website supports the current browser versions of:

  • Google Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Safari

Additionally, the AMP PD website incorporates JavaScript, which is enabled by default for the supported browsers. Users are strongly encouraged to only use the most up to date browser versions when accessing the AMP PD website. Using an out of date version and/or non-supported browser may result in content rendering issues and limit some functionalities and features of our website. 

If you encounter a problem and would like to report it or to obtain additional help accessing information on the AMP PD website, please contact us:

Notice to Limited English Proficient Individuals

The AMP PD website is committed to providing meaningful access to people with limited English proficiency (LEP). In accordance with Executive Order 13166, "Improving Access to Services for Persons with Limited English Proficiency," the information translated on the AMP PD website free of charge to the public. If you need more information about available resources in your language or in another language,

Click here to view the full NIH Web Policies and Notices.

Reporting Accessibility Issues to the AMP PD Website Admin Team

Please use the e-mail link below, and please include the operating system, type and version of the device, and title of the page you are having difficulty accessing, the page URL, or both. In addition, please add your e-mail address at the bottom. 

If you use a screen reader or other assistive device and you have trouble accessing any information on the AMP PD site, please e-mail, and the information you need will be provided to you in an alternate format.

To learn more about the regulations governing the accessibility of Federal electronic information products, visit the Federal IT Accessibility Initiative Web site.