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GDS headed to CSUN

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Next week sees the return of the 29th Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference and, while we're not presenting any sessions this year, I will be attending the conference on behalf of the GDS.

CSUN, as it's more commonly known, provides an opportunity for those of us who work in the field to gather and share how we're working to progress the state of accessibility across the world.

With workshops, events, 14 different tracks and multiple sessions per each of the three days of the conference itself, there should be plenty of opportunities to learn what our peers are working on, and lots to bring back to the teams here.

Because both Léonie and myself are attending the whole conference, there'll be no GDS accessibility testing available from March 15th to March 24th. Any requests that come in during that time will be dealt with as soon as we can get to them, but won't happen before March 25th.

If you're attending CSUN and want to speak about the GDS or GOV.UK, get in touch or follow me on Twitter!

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