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The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) is committed to making its Web sites accessible to all users, including those with disabilities, in accordance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. The OCC makes every attempt to publish only material that is fully accessible. For issues not relating to a disability, please contact the Webmaster at Webmaster@occ.treas.gov.
Plug-ins to free applications
The OCC publishes documents and files in several proprietary formats. To open and use many of these files, you may need to have special software—commonly known as "plug-ins"—installed on your computer. Section 508 requires that when special software is needed to access documents and files, OCC shall provide a link that allows a user to obtain the required plug-ins. If you select any of the following sites to visit, you will be leaving the OCC government Web site for a nongovernment Web site. The OCC does not endorse these Web sites but provides them to support accessibility requirements.
Contacting OCC for Accessibility-Related Issues
OCC Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Office:
James Myers, OCC Section 508 Program Coordinator
OCC Reasonable Accommodation Information Aid for Job Applicants
Jay Young, National Accommodation Coordinator, Labor and Employee Relations
OCC Freedom of Information Act (FOIA Office)
These requests may be submitted electronically through our online FOIA site, faxed to (202) 202-649-6160, or mailed to:
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
OCC will evaluate requests and provide documents and files in formats suitable for specified disability types defined by the Functional Performance Criteria of Section 508.