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The private sector’s commitment to diversity and inclusion requires that employees and applicants with disabilities are able to independently use software applications and other workplace technologies. An accessible procurement program is critical to that commitment.

The purpose of the Toolkit is to provide technology purchasers with information, best practices, and resources to ensure that workplace technology is accessible to all applicants and employees without unnecessary delay or unwarranted costs. The Toolkit is for purchasers and suppliers who seek to avoid the legal and reputational risk inherent in purchasing, licensing, or producing technology that excludes a portion of a diverse and inclusive workforce.

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