Heartland Information Research, Inc (HIR) strives to make this website accessible to a wide range of users. This includes those with physical and sensory disabilities or limitations.
Since the introduction of our website in 2001, we have worked to utilize user-friendly features to maximize the visitor experience. For accessibility issues, HIR attempts to achieve the standards defined in Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act.
We recognize that this requires an ongoing commitment and we will undoubtably benefit from site visitor input into this aspect of website design.
We welcome comments and suggestions to make our website easier to use and accessible to the widest range of visitors.
Please email your input to firstname.lastname@example.org.