(covering only IT accessibility auditing services) expired in March 2013, and the successor contract, ITS52, has been in place since 2013. The state contract was expanded in ITS52 to include accessibility audits, accessibility consulting (including planning, testing, design, remediation, and help desk services), document remediation (making PDFs, MS Office documents, and e-books accessible), accessibility training (classroom-based, remote, and on-demand), multimedia transcription captioning and video description, and assistive technology (custom) scripting. To be qualified as a vendor, companies must submit detailed documentation of how they are qualified to provide IT accessibility services. The call for ven...
- Chapter 9. Compliance monitoring policies and procurement
- from Ensuring Digital Accessibility through Process and Policy
- Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann
- Released: June 2015
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