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Assistive Technology Lemon Laws (1995) -- Available formats:
American consumers have long demanded warranties on large purchases such as automobiles and household appliances to protect themselves against the occasional dryer that no longer tumbles three weeks after purchased or the car that needs a new transmission one year after the purchase date. In other words, the proverbial "lemon." Individuals with disabilities are now demanding the same guarantees for purchases of assistive technology (AT).
Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility (EITA) Task Force Assessment Survey Results (2008) -- Available formats:
This document summarizes the results of a survey that was undertaken by the Task Force in Oklahoma to determine accessiblity of information technology in the state.
IATP Federal Summary of Goals & Objectives 2012 (2011) -- Available formats:
The Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Rehabilitation Services (lead agency) and the Illinois Assistive Technology Program (implementing agency)continuation funding application for the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended.
Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility: Oklahoma’s 508 Model Legislation (2009) -- Available formats:
This powerpoint describes Oklahoma's legislation to ensure accessibility of state information technology. It describes the process that the state went through to develop legislation and lessons learned. This handout also describes web accessibility training and provides state and national resources.
Oklahoma's Information Technology Accessibility Standards (2009) -- Available formats:
This document describes the state accessibility standards that are in place.
Application Information System Procurement Checklist (2008) -- Available formats:
This checklist is used by Oklahoma government agencies for procurements to meet applicable Information Technology Accessibility Standards of the state.
FAQs for HB 2197 (2008) -- Available formats:
This FAQ document provides a brief overview of the HB 2197 that legislates Oklahoma's electronic accessiblility for state government. It describes why the bill is important, how it complies with federal law, and methods of compliance.
Oklahoma House Bill 2197 (2008) -- Available formats:
This is the Oklahoma legislation that instituted Section 508 standards at the state level.
Procurement Checklist and Documentation (2008) -- Available formats:
This checklist is used to certify that a procurement meets the EIT guidelines of the state of Oklahoma
State of Oklahoma Information Technology Accessiblity Standards (2008) -- Available formats:
The contents of this document include the Information Technology Accessibility standards to comply with the law passed by the Oklahoma Legislature and signed by the Governor of Oklahoma in 2004. The standards apply to all state agencies, as defined. As such, they apply equally to all state employees, contractors or any entity that deals with the State of Oklahoma.
Undue Burden Form (2008) -- Available formats:
This form is used to document when a procurement is exempted from the EIT standards of the state of Oklahoma.
Voluntary Product Accessibility Template Instructions (2008) -- Available formats:
The Voluntary Product Accessibility Template is a tool to assist in making preliminary assessments regarding the availability of electronic and information technology products and services with features that support accessibility.
Web-Based Internet Information and Applications (VPAT) (2008) -- Available formats:
This form provides a sample format used to evaluate IT standards applicable to web-based internet applications for the state of Oklahoma.
Links to State Assistive Technology Device Lemon Laws (2015) -- Available formats:
A list of links to state assistive technology devices lemon laws and warranties.
State of Oklahoma Current Policy Issues 508 EITA Law and Standards (2011) -- Available formats:
Presentation by Brenda Dawes of Oklahoma ABLETech at the Statewide AT Program Leaders Symposium 2011.