Using Accessibility Information to Make Decisions

The best way to observe accessibility in the process of reviewing proposals is to include in the reviewing group at least one person who is familar with accessibility issues of the product being purchased. However, people who are knowledgable of accessibility are often not available, so people will need to rely on their own resources and knowledge to consider accessibility when making purchasing decisions. The following are steps that can be taken in the review process.

Considerations Before Requesting Proposals

Steps in Reviewing Proposals