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The National Board for Assessment of Research Misconduct (Npof) has created this website with the aim of enabling as many people as possible to use our site, regardless of personal circumstances or technical ability.

Here, we describe how our site ( complies with the Act on digital public service accessibility (below, “the Digital Public Service Accessibility Act” or “the Act”, Swedish Code of Statutes 2018:1937). We inform users of any known accessibility problems and how to report shortcomings to us so that we can remedy them.

How accessible is the site?

We cannot guarantee full site accessibility, but are continuously working to improve it.

What can you do if you are unable to use parts of the site?

If you need content from that seems not to be available to you, but is excluded from the Act’s area of application as described below, you can contact us.

You can contact us as follows:

Reporting shortcomings in website accessibility

We strive constantly to improve site accessibility. If you find an issue that is not described on this page or think we are failing to comply with legal requirements, please let us know so that we are aware of the problem and can rectify it.

Supervisory agency

If you are not satisfied with how we meet the accessibility requirements, you can contact the Swedish Agency for Digital Government (DIGG), and tell them why. You might not be satisfied with, for example, how we have handled your objections, or believe we have misinterpreted the legislation. DIGG is responsible for supervising compliance with the Digital Public Service Act.

Reporting lack of accessibility, DIGG

Technical information about the site’s accessibility

This website is partially compliant with the Digital Public Service Accessibility Act. Inaccessible parts are described here.

Incompatibility with legal requirements

Problems for users with impaired vision
• Images in PDF files may have inadequate or no text options.
• Some PDF files lack the correct tags to function with screen readers.
• The reading order in PDF files may be incorrect.

Some documents on our website do not function well with assistive technology for reading aloud. Information about structure, headings and images, for example, is not conveyed properly. Nor do the documents work well with enlarged lettering, since they do not adjust as they should. We are working constantly to improve our documentation.

How we evaluate the site’s accessibility

We carry out continuous self-assessment with internal testing of