GTRP Website Accessibility Information

The Web pages of the GTRP website have been designed to make them accessible to all users and compatible with screen readers and other assistive technologies. However, it is possible that you may encounter problems when accessing certain pages.

If you encounter a problem and would like to report it or to obtain additional help accessing information on the GTRP Web page use the CONTACT US link below. In your email please include the operating system, type and version of the device, and the title of the page you are having difficulty accessing, the page URL, or both. In addition, please add your e-mail address at the bottom. For example, in the body of the e-mail, you should include the following:

I am using Windows XP and JAWS 5.0. I am unable to get the content of the web page, Investigator Registration. The page url is (complete with the appropriate url information).

Thank you,
J.Q. Public

If you use a screen reader or other assistive device and you have trouble accessing any information on the GTRP website, please use the CONTACT US link below.

All accessibility emails should have a subject line of “Accessibility Problem” for rapid response.

Information About PDF

Adobe Acrobat's portable document format (PDF) files are widely used on the Web because they preserve the original appearance of the printed document. To access these files, you must have the Acrobat Reader installed on your computer, configured to work with your browser. When viewed or printed in the Acrobat Reader, the document appears as it does in the hard copy version. If you do not have the Acrobat Reader, you may download a free copy from Adobe.