AWS began supporting the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in 2000 with web content updates and basic graphic design support. Starting in 2001 AWS helped develop and recommend strategies for meeting the new Section 508 law governing the accessibility of federal websites. In 2003, AWS project managed the implementation of a Web Content Management System (WCMS), Serena Collage, for the NIH Clinical Center. These activities included conducting preliminary needs analysis, determining information architecture and site navigation, supervising the import of sites into Collage and the subsequent formatting, recoding, and preparation of web pages for content contribution. AWS helped establish Section 508 checks, initiated deployment of sites to production, and trained end users how to use the tool. Until the end of February 2012 AWS staff continued to support the NIH Clinical Center with daily website maintenance tasks, assist with new web page/site creation, monitor OMB, HHS and NIH web policies and procedures, and provide Section 508 compliance and remediation services.