Web Accessibility Sample Clauses

Web Accessibility. Responsibility for Content: Contractor is solely responsible for administration, content, intellectual property rights and all materials at Contractor’s website. Contractor is solely responsible for its actions and those of its agents, employees, resellers, Sub-Contractors or assigns, and agrees that neither Contractor nor any of the foregoing has any authority to act or speak on behalf of the State. As applicable, Contractor agrees to comply with the Office of Information Technology Services f/k/a Office for Technology policy NYS-P08-005 Accessibility of Web-Based Information and Applications, as may be amended, the stated purpose of which is to make State Agency web- based Intranet and Internet information accessible for persons with disabilities. In accordance with such policy, the following language is incorporated into this Contract: Any web-based information and applications development, or programming delivered pursuant to this Contract, shall comply with New York State Enterprise IT Policy NYS-P08-005, Accessibility of Web-Based Information and Applications as such policy may be amended, modified or superseded, which requires that state agency web-based information and applications are accessible to persons with disabilities. Web-based information and applications must conform to New York State Enterprise IT Policy NYS-P08-005 as determined by quality assurance testing. Such quality assurance testing shall be conducted by OGS and the results of such testing must be satisfactory to OGS before web-based information and applications shall be considered a qualified deliverable under this Contract.
Web Accessibility. Any web-based information and applications development, or programming delivered pursuant to the contract or procurement, will comply with New York State Enterprise IT Policy NYS-P08-005, Accessibility of Web-Based Information and Applications as such policy may be amended, modified or superseded, which requires that state agency web-based information and applications are accessible to persons with disabilities. Web-based information and applications must conform to New York State Enterprise IT Policy NYS-P08-005 as determined by quality assurance testing. Such quality assurance testing will be conducted by OGS and the results of such testing must be satisfactory to OGS before web-based information and applications will be considered a qualified deliverable under the contract or procurement
Web Accessibility. 4.1 Washington Mutual will continue to use its best efforts to ensure that its websites comply with the Priority One and Two checkpoints of the W3C Guidelines not later than December 31, 2004. The parties recognize that some Priority One or Two checkpoints address features or design elements that may not be used on the Washington Mutual Website and in such circumstances compliance with those checkpoints is not required.
Web Accessibility. 2.A.1 Barring Undue Burden and subject to the provisions of Section 3 and 4 of the Settlement Agreement, First Union will design and generate each page of its public web site (xxx.xxxxxxxx.xxx) so that it substantially complies with Priority 1 and Priority 2 of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines found at xxx.x0x.xxx (hereinafter Guidelines) by November 30, 2002, except that First Union’s online banking service, referred to as Online banking, will substantially comply with the Guidelines by December 31, 2004.
Web Accessibility. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, all web pages, web functionality, websites or web applications developed or provided under this Agreement will attempt to conform to the W3C Web Content Accessibility 2.0 Level AA Guidelines that can be found at xxxxx://xxx.x0.xxx/WAI/WCAG20/quickref/. Vendors hosting websites or providing web design services or web-based products, if required, can provide written evidence that their product or service addresses each of the WCAG 2.0, Level AA criteria. For any area of noncompliance, Vendor should describe any planned remediation roadmaps, including timelines and steps that will be taken to achieve full compliance, as well as interim workarounds to enable access by individuals with disabilities. Vendors may be required to demonstrate how to use the product with assistive technology, and may be required to undergo third-party accessibility testing. Vendor must provide contact information to facilitate more detailed inquiries.
Web Accessibility. CONSULTANT shall ensure that all web sites and web applications provided by CONSULTANT pursuant to this Agreement shall comply with COUNTY'S Web Accessibility Policy adopted by the Board of Supervisors on February 18, 2003 as well as any approved amendment thereto.
Web Accessibility. Within nine (9) months of the Effective Date of this Agreement, MTD will ensure that all of its websites, web content, and mobile applications conform with the standards published by the World Wide Web Consortium (“W3C”), including Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (“WCAG”) 2.1 AA (which is an international voluntary industry standard).
Web Accessibility. The Registrar provides online content in the following manner to ensure it is accessible to individuals with disabilities on its website: • All new web pages, web applications, and content published to the Registrar’s website for public use shall conform to the Level A and Level AA Success Criteria and Conformance Requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (“WCAG”)
Web Accessibility. 6.1 Priority 1. LaSalle will use its good faith efforts to design and generate each page within the Personal, Customer Service, Apply and Locations sections of xxx.xxxxxxxxxxx.xxx and xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx, (or current applicable URL) so that each substantially complies with Priority 1 of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines found at xxx.x0x.xxx. (hereinafter “Guidelines”), by the Effective Date.