The Georgia Institute of Technology proposes Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training (ARRT): Inclusive Technology and Policy Design Research Fellowships in response to NIDILRRs priority for the ARRT Policy Research Fellowship program. The Goal of the project is to train four (4) postdoctoral fellows in the area of advanced disability and accessible technology policy, responsive to NIDILRRs domains of community participation and employment and with specializations in information and communications technology (ICT) policy as it pertains to issues of accessibility and usability for individuals with disabilities. The project will partner with the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Wireless Inclusive Technologies (Wireless RERC) to provide a basis for training and research activities. The Objectives of the project are to develop a targeted recruitment program and to train two cohorts of four candidates total over the five year period. Formal (instructional) training will include a three-hour seminar offered by the Georgia Tech School of Public Policy on an audit-basis. Additional mentorship and guidance will be provided through participation in the research, training, and dissemination projects of the Wireless RERC as well as associated research activities of the Wireless RERCs home unit, the Center for Advanced Communications Policy. The anticipated Outcomes of the project will be greater capacity building through advanced training of researchers to inform the policy process, as it pertains to technology access for individuals with disabilities.