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Government Platforms


Setup: Based on the size of the site

Monthly: Based on Contract

Yearly Renewal: Based on Contract

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Why use Kaffeinated Kodemonkey?

For the past four (4) years we have been building government websites at an affordable cost. We understand the ins-and-outs of various platforms and are able to work around any seemingly impossible issues that the platform may lend do to the nature of its design.

Our Price Range:

  • A small site can run between $1k - $5k
  • Medium sites run between $5k - $10k
  • Large sites run $10k +

Government Platforms:

  • Colorado.gov

ADA Compliant

Government websites are required to meet Section 508 criteras. Our developers are Web Accessibility trained and build accessibility driven websites that are ADA compliant. When you pair Kaffeinated Kodemonkey with a government platform you receive a WCAG-508 Certification and badge for your site.

Kaffeinated Kodmonkey works with grant programs to help to off-set or cover the cost of development in some cases.

Government Platforms

Included the following:

  • Design Layout - Fully Responsive mobile-friendly design
  • ADA/Section 508 - Compliant
  • Robust Hosting - hosted on secured servers with high levels of security
  • Claim Listing - Claim Google My Business
  • Setup or transfer of URL/Domian name to new site


WCAG-508 Certification

Kaffeinated Kodmonkey developers build accessibility driven websites and SIPA is not exception. Once your site is complete we will issue you a WCAG-508 Certification with a badge to display you certification online.

  • Site Evaluation
  • VPAT Document
  • Accessibilty Statment
  • Validation badge for website


Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites, by people with disabilities. When sites are correctly designed, developed and edited, all users have equal access to information and functionality.

Yes. If you have a website for your business or share documents online they all need to follow accessibility standards. If your business is a Government entity or receives government funding you must follow Section 508 standards for accessibility.

There is no straightforward answer to this question. At the current time, the DOJ (Dept. of Justice) is overseeing mandates for Accessibility and have been working to put requirements in place that will follow the WCAG guidelines. As of now the only type of enforcement are lawyers that are willing to take on a disability claim and penalize you for not following the WCAG guidelines.

WCAG stands for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. This set of guidelines have been put forth by the W3C in conjunction with the ENU to create a worldwide set of guidelines/standards to follow.

A Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a document that explains how information and communication technology (ICT) products such as software, hardware, electronic content, and support documentation conform to the WCAG and Revised 508 Standards for IT accessibility.

VPAT's help Federal agency contracting officials and government buyers to assess ICT for accessibility when doing market research and evaluating proposals. A VPAT also serves to verify and site meets the WCAG, Section 508, and EU requiremnts.

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