Information Communication Technology (ICT)
Procurement - State
Standards for access extends to a state contractor ICT. Include accessibility standards in your contracts with clearly stated expectations. Here are a few resources to learn from when determining Procurement ICT Accessibility standards or policies.
- The importance of procurement in accessibility policy (National Center on Disability and Access to Education)
- Key principles for accessible procurement
- Policy examples for ensuring accessibility is included in contracts and policies for Procurement
Suggested Contract Language
Created September 2018
Web Accessibility Compliance Requirements:
b. The contractor shall promptly respond to any complaint brought to its attention regarding accessibility of the products provided hereunder that were specified in the contractor’s awarded bid response as compliant products. The contractor shall resolve such complaints by bringing the product into compliance with the applicable Missouri State ICT Standard at no additional cost to the state. The contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the State of Missouri and any Missouri government entity purchasing the contractor’s products from any claim arising out of the contractor’s failure to comply with the aforementioned requirements.
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