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IT Accessibility Procurement Process

We want technology that works for all of our users. In order to do this, technology that is be used must go through an accessibility review process.

Entering the EIR Accessibility Process

In accordance with Texas A&M Systems Policy and the law, Texas A&M University-Commerce has put in place the EIR Accessibility Procurement Process to ensure IT products purchased are accessible for everyone. The EIR Accessibility Procurement Process requires vendors to provide documentation about their product accessibility and must work with the university to mitigate accessibility issues and concerns in the products they are providing. The vendors products undergoes EIR Accessibility review to determine the accessibility impact. Products identified having high impact receives additional evaluation and may need supplemental documentation from the vendor.

EIR Accessibility Procedure

Below list step by step accessibility process when requesting to purchase IT products or services.

Step 1: Pre Analysis

Step 2: Completing the Accessibility Intake Form

Step 3: Impact Determination

Step 4: Impact Result Outcomes

Step 5: If required, completing an alternate access plan

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