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Accessible Procurement Questions

Transparent, current, focused, and accurate information about accessibility is essential for the purchase and sale of technology products and services that people with disabilities can use. This question set is designed for purchasers and sellers in the private sector to obtain and share critical information about technology product and service accessibility. ​​

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Webinar: Intersections Between LGBTQ+ and Disability Community

June is recognized as Pride Month, dedicated to celebrating the resilience, perseverance and unity of the LGBTQ community. During this webinar, we will share strategies and best practices that help create workplaces which are inclusive of disability and all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions.

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Best Known Methods for Creating Accessible Digital Microsoft Teams Meetings — Resource from Inclusion Works

Best Known Methods for Creating Accessible Digital Microsoft Teams Meetings Download the Teams Resource DOCX Notes: Microsoft Teams continuously upgrades its accessibility features and options. To stay abreast of such changes, please check: Accessibility Overview of Microsoft Teams (additional links at the end of this document) Teams “meetings” are different […]

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ERG Maturity Model Matrix

Employee Resources Groups (ERGs) go by many different names (i.e., Affinity Groups, Business Resource Groups, Employee Network Groups), but regardless of what they are called, they share a common purpose. This maturity model helps you start an ERG, and develop plans for continuous improvement.

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BRG Facility Access Fact Sheet

The Disability:IN ERG/BRG Leadership Committee has prepared this fact sheet to assist corporate disability Employee Resource Groups/Business Resource Groups to advance inclusive and easy access to their companies’ grounds and buildings. This fact sheet provides ideas, recommendations and resources for disability inclusion that go beyond the ADAAG (Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines). It also addresses ADAAG requirements that are too often overlooked or misinterpreted.

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