Accessibility Standards definition

Accessibility Standards means accessibility standards and specifications for Texas agency and institution of higher education websites and EIR set forth in 1 TAC Chapter 206 and/or Chapter 213.
Accessibility Standards means the Electronic and Information Resources Accessibility Standards and the Web Site Accessibility Standards/Specifications. “Electronic and Information Resources” means information resources, including information resources technologies, and any equipment or interconnected system of equipment that is used in the creation, conversion, duplication, or delivery of data or information. The term includes, but is not limited to, telephones and other telecommunications products, information kiosks, transaction machines, Internet websites, multimedia resources, and office equipment, including copy machines and fax machines.

Examples of Accessibility Standards in a sentence

  • Certain General Requirements are integrated within five accessibility standards: • Information and Communication Standards• Employment Standards• Transportation Standards• Design of Public Spaces Standards (Accessibility Standards for the Built Environment)• Customer Service Standards 4.3 Accessibility2Broadly defined as designing environments and creating a culture that benefits everyone, including individuals with disabilities.

  • Neither the review, testing (including acceptance testing), evaluation or monitoring of any Product or service, nor the absence of review, testing, evaluation or monitoring, will result in a waiver of the State’s right to contest the Grantee’s assertion of compliance with the Accessibility Standards.

  • If the Products will be in the custody of the state or a System Agency's client or recipient after the Contract expiration or termination, the Products will continue to comply with Accessibility Standards after the expiration or termination of the Contract Term, unless the System Agency or its clients or recipients, as applicable, use the Products in a manner that renders it noncompliant.

  • Approved: 2009Previously: Accessibility Standards for Customer Service Revised: October 2013Working Document: December 2012, July 2019 5 Government of Ontario.

  • In accordance with Ontario Regulation 429-07 made under the AODA (Accessibility Standards for Customer Service), the Board has established policies, practices and procedures governing the provision of its goods and services to persons with disabilities.


More Definitions of Accessibility Standards

Accessibility Standards means the Electronic and Information Resources Accessibility Standards in 1 TAC Chapter 213, and the Web Site Accessibility Standards/Specifications in 1 TAC Chapter 206.
Accessibility Standards means accessibility standards and specifications for Texas agency and institution of higher education websites and EIR set forth in 1 Tex.Admin. Code Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 206 and/or Chapter 213
Accessibility Standards. Means the following nationally and state accepted accessibility standards, the MO ICT Standards, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) developed by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the Worldwide Web Consortium (WC3), Level A and AA, and Appendixes A, B, and C of Section 508 and 255 Subparts to the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Accessibility Standards means the Electronic and Information Resources Accessibility Standards in 1 Tex. Admin. Code Chapter 213, and the Web Site Accessibility Standards/Specifications in 1 Tex. Admin. Code Chapter 206.
Accessibility Standards means the statewide accessibility standards adopted by the Department to address compliance with Section 508 in developing, procuring, maintaining or using electronic or information technology.