Afternoon all, I work for a central government agency here in NSW, in the role of Web Admin + Developer. Anyone in the web space of Government, Australia wide, should be aware of the impending 31 December 2012 deadline from the National Transition Strategy / AGIMO to make all web services WCAG2 Level A compliant, and 31 December 2014 for AA. For those of you that aren't familiar I suggest you read up on it here and (for NSW, from DPC) here. My biggest shock came around two months ago, when I learned that this is NOT just public facing websites. It is Websites, password protected websites, extranets, intranets, web applications etc. ANYTHING with a URL. We have 3 websites, an extranet, an intranet and 1 web application to work on. I've been working bloody hard on it since July, and we are now looking like *should* meet the deadline. All of our website's HTML pages are now compliant to A, however only around 60% of our PDF documents are. These are proving tough and time consuming (Mainly alt-text). 85% of our intranet's HTML pages are now compliant. The PDF mass on our intranet will probably consume most of November to complete. The last phase is probably the toughest, our 1 internal web application - our IT team's incident tracking system. We've started planning and we *should* get it done in time. What are you and your teams doing to become compliant? Anyone else thinking they will / won't make it? Any suggestions to get compliant, particularly when document owners do not want to hear a bar of it? In good time, and if anyone actually responds to this, I'll let you know what we've employed to get compliant so far... Good luck to you all, from a web teams perspective, it's a crazy deadline and I feel damn sorry for a lot of agencies who have ten times more websites than we do.. Ben.