Inclusive Design: Bring Web Accessibility to Your Nonprofit

Accessibility in Procurement

The best accessibility efforts can be stalled, or even derailed, if you are locked into a product with accessibility problems. Think of the impact of licensing a web template or buying a fundraising platform only to find out that it is not accessible. You can spend considerable time and effort to fix these problems, assuming they can be fixed. However, with the right organizational strategies, you can mitigate the risk.

It is essential that you include accessibility requirements in all your communications with vendors—before, during, and after contract negations.

The strength of this resource may also be its greatest weakness—it is very comprehensive, maybe too comprehensive for some groups. But if you are new to procurement, it does a good job of outlining important principles and terminology.

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