EU may make accessibility a legal requirement

Builder: European governments make moves towards compulsory accessibility requirements in procurement

The 25 EU member states and nine accession countries have all signed up to a new inclusion plan that could make accessibility in e-procurement mandatory. The 34 countries all signed an agreement in Riga yesterday, committing themselves to the 'internet for all' action plan, designed to ensure the most web-disadvantaged groups can get online.

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