Determine the technology solution that best fits the needs of the individual and job function.
The USDA TARGET Center provides ergo assessments to USDA employees nationwide.
Evaluate assistive technology (AT) and ergonomic equipment prior to requesting an accommodation or making a purchase.
Produce or facilitate the production of USDA information in Braille, accessible PDF, large print, and audio.
Provide information and advocacy for people with disabilities in emergency situations.
Introduce USDA employees to the latest assistive technology (AT) and ergonomic equipment available.
Alleviate in-building temporary mobility issues for DC-area USDA employees.
The TARGET Center works with customer and agency helpdesk support to ensure assistive technology is working effectively.
TARGET Center offers scheduled tours for employees, supervisors, partners and students. We demonstrate a wide range of assistive technology and ergonomic equipment and discuss their impact on the workplace.
TARGET Center is available to provide trainings related to assistive technology, ergonomics, and universal design.
USDA employees and agencies may requests assistive technology at no cost through the USDA/CAP Partnership. This process is facilitated via the USDA TARGET Center.
The TARGET Center is available to present or host an exhibit booth at meetings, trainings, and events across the United States. For those outside of the National Capital Region (NCR), we are able to participate through VTC or webcasting.