Accessibility statement,

This accessibility statement concerns the website and was created on 27 January 2020. This statement was updated on 6 April 2021 and on 30 June 2023. The accessibility of the site was audited in March 2021. The shortcomings identified in the accessibility audit and later have been corrected.

We are constantly working on improving accessibility. If you have any questions, please contact the State Treasury at

State of accessibility of the digital service

Meets partially accessibility success criteria. Below is a list of the accessibility shortcomings detected.

Grounds for non-compliance

Unreasonable burden. We are constantly working on improving accessibility and repairing the shortcomings.

Non-accessible content in the digital service (according to WCAG criteria)

1. Perceivable

Statistics only use colours to separate pieces of information from each other

Bar graphs are only distinguishable by colour. However, attention has been paid to the use of colours to make the contrast between adjacent colours large enough to make it easier to distinguish bar graphs.

Accessibility criteria that are not met: 1.4.1 Use of Colour

2. Operable

The focus indicator of the keyboard is not visible enough

The style of the keyboard focus indicator is the default browser style. In many places, e.g. around a dark button, the focus indicator is not sufficient to indicate the location of the indicator.

Accessibility criteria that are not met: 2.4.7 Focus Visible

Link headings are not descriptive enough

The headings of some generic links do not function out of context, e.g. ‘Open full report view’.

Accessibility criteria that are not met: 2.4.7 Focus Visible

PDF files

There may be some shortcomings in the accessibility of some PDF files, if they have not been produced by the State Treasury.

3. Understandable


In places, the site uses terminology that may not be understandable to all users. Explanations for the terminology are provided in the glossaries on municipal and government operations.

Accessibility criteria that are not met: 3.1.3 Unusual Words

4. Reliable operation

Material provided by other parties

The State Treasury is not responsible for the content of material provided by other parties presented as part of the State Treasury’s website.

Other inaccessible content and its shortcomings

Power BI reports do not fully meet accessibility requirements and their use by screen readers requires a great deal of familiarity. We improve the accessibility of Power BI reports when the software vendor’s development of applications makes it possible.

Feedback and reporting on shortcomings in accessibility

You can provide feedback on the accessibility of the website using the feedback form on the website or via e-mail to analysointipalvelu(at)

Supervisory authority

If you observe any issues with accessibility on the site, please provide feedback to us, i.e. the website administrator, first. The contact details can be found at Please allow 14 days for our response. If you are unhappy with the response given, or you are not given a response at all in the space of two weeks, you may file a complaint with the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland. The Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland website details how the complaint can be filed and how the matter will be processed.

Contact details for the supervisory authority

Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland, unit for monitoring accessibility (Saavutettavuuden valvonnan yksikkö) saavutettavuus(at) telephone switchboard 0295 016 000