5: Procurement and Accessibility Policy
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In this unit, you learned the following about procurement and accessibility policy:
- To be successful, an effective web accessibility policy should be rooted within the business culture following the WebAIM eight-step process.
- A web accessibility policy should include procurement practices for both IT and non-IT related goods and services.
- Vendors should be able to verify and validate the accessibility compliance of their products and services.
- 5.1: Procurement and Accessibility Policy
- 5.2: Objectives and Activities
- 5.3: Digital Accessibility Policy
- 5.4: Procurement as Part of Digital Accessibility Policy
- 5.5: Procuring Accessible Information Technology
- 5.6: Creating an Accessibility Statement
- 5.7: Self-Test 6
- 5.8: Stating Accessibility Requirements
- 5.9: Assessing Vendor Knowledge of Accessibility
- 5.10: Self-Test 7
- 5.11: Accessibility Questions During Product Demonstrations
- 5.12: Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT)
- 5.13: Getting a Second Opinion
- 5.14: Contract for Accessibility
- 5.15: Working with Vendors
- 5.16: Activity- Critique Accessibility Claims
- 5.17: Procurement and Accessibility Policy- Takeaways