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Michigan Accessibility Policy
Michigan recognizes the importance of making its digital government services available to the largest possible audience and has attempted to design the Michigan.gov Web site to be accessible by everyone. This Web site was coded to comply with both the Americans With Disabilities Act and the Priority 1 Level Checkpoints of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. Users who wish to view these specifications can do so at: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.
Along with Priority 1 compliance, efforts have been made to ensure compatibility with common technologies utilized by the adaptive community. This site has been tested for compliance with screen magnification software, screen-reading software, and text-only browsers.
Michigan will continue to test future releases of this site and remains committed to maintaining its compliance and serving the widest possible audience for Michigan's digital government services. To help ensure usability and accessibility, Michigan has adopted formal Look and Feel Standards. All Michigan.gov Web sites are required to be built within the guidelines of these standards.
If you cannot fully access the information on any web page of this site, please contact us and let us know the accessibility issue you are having and we will try to provide the information to you in a alternate format or make the necessary improvements to make the information accessible.
The retirement plan information that appears on ORS websites is intended to summarize basic provisions of Public Acts 300 of 1980, 240 of 1942, 182 of 1986, and 234 of 1992, as amended. Current laws, rates, and factors are subject to change. Should there be discrepancies between the information reflected here and the actual law, the provisions of the law govern.
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