SF State - Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI)

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Procurement

SF State is committed to using the most accessible technology products and services on our campus. Accessible Procurement applies to high impact Electronic and Information Technologies (E&IT) that are purchased, used or developed at SF State. Examples of E&IT are web applications, software programs, operating systems, computers or tablet technologies, photocopiers and printers, to name a few.

What this means is that Section 508 standards must be applied when developing, acquiring or using E&IT products and services. This is also in accordance with CSU policy which requires information technology resources and services accessible to all CSU students, faculty, staff, as well as the general public, regardless of disability.

Thanks for your help in ensuring the products that SF State purchases are accessible to everyone. For more information about what's involved in the accessible E&IT procurement process, please visit the procedures page.

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