On this page: Accessible procurement doesn’t end when the contract is signed. Learn how to make sure your delivered product meets contract accessibility requirements, and best practices to keep accessibility on track after the product is in use.
Inaccessibility I want a product but it is not (yet) accessible
On this page: Accessibility is in the details. Learn how to carefully and effectively evaluate bids for accessibility.
On this page: Every purchase needs an “accessibility investigation.” And every investigation needs transparent, current, and accurate answers from suppliers. Learn about the types of information needed as early in the process as possible to ensure that technology products and services brought into your organization will work for people with disabilities.
On this page: One great place to start your accessible procurement journey is by adopting accessible procurement policies. Learn what those policies include and the technology they should apply to.