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ITU-T Workshop "The impact of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on the work of the ITU-T" Geneva, 2 November 2009. Conformity Assessment in the Public Procurement of Accessible ICT. Loïc Martínez 1 , Clas Thorén 2 1 Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

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Conformity assessment in the public procurement of accessible ict

ITU-T Workshop"The impact of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on the work of the ITU-T"Geneva, 2 November 2009

Conformity Assessment in the Public Procurement of Accessible ICT

Loïc Martínez1, Clas Thorén2

1Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

2Clas Thorén Consulting


Contents

Contents


Introduction

Introduction

Public procurement as a tool for improving accessibility

Report 1 (ETSI)

Functional accessibility requirements, standards and current state of public procurement of accessible ICT

Europe: Mandate M/376 functional accessibility requirements for ICT

Report 2 (CEN / CENELEC)

Conformity assessment schemes and supplier’s ability and capacities

Phase 2

Phase 1

to verify that the products fulfil the accessibility requirements


The cen cenelec project team

The CEN/CENELEC Project Team

  • Enrique Varela (ES)

  • Klaus-Peter Wegge (GE)

  • ClasThorén (SE)

    • Project Leader

  • Eric Velleman (NL)

  • Loïc Martínez (ES)

    • Liaison with ETSI

  • Stephan Corvers


Some definitions

Some definitions


Our approach

Our approach

1. Search for existing schemes and systems

2. Model to analyze the properties of schemes and systems: Dimensions

4. Define a model to analyze a public procurement context: Criteria

3. Describe schemes and systems using the dimensions

5. Apply criteria to describe hypothetical scenarios and recommend values for dimensions


The functional model

The functional model

Need to demonstrate fulfilment

of specified requirements

Selection

Information on selected items

Determination

Information on fulfilment of specified requirements

yes

Surveillance needed?

Review and attestation

Fulfilment of specified requirements demonstrated

no

End


The dimensions

The dimensions

Method of determination

Type of requirements

Selection

Determination

External determination

Scalability

Type of party

Type of party

Existence

Review and attestation

Surveillance

Detail of attestation

Complaint system

Publicity

Other

Mandatory


Types of parties

Types of parties

EN ISO/IEC 17000

EN ISO/IEC 17020

Type A

A fully independent body, which is not linked to a party directly involved in design, manufacture, supply, installation, purchase, ownership, use or maintenance of the items inspected or similar competitive items

First

The person or organization that provides the object

  • Type B

  • A demonstrably separate and identifiable part of an organization that is involved in the design, manufacture, supply, installation, use or maintenance of items that they inspect

  • Or a body supplying inspection services only to their parent organization

Second

Person or organization that has a user interest in the object (purchasers, users,…)

Type of party

Third

Person or body that is independent of the person or organization that provides the object and of user interests in that object

Type C

anybody that is involved in the design, manufacture, supply, installation, use or maintenance of items that they inspect)

Accredited


Existing systems and schemes

Existing Systems and Schemes


The criteria

The criteria

Type of product

Competition

Product

Market

State of technology

Market awareness

Time to market

Public admin. (contracting authority)

Market surveillance

Life span

Competitors’ surveillance

Public procurement characteristics

Rate of changes

Barriers to trade

Adaptability

Independent Expertise on accessibility

Users

Interoperability with assistive technologies

Size of suppliers of the product

Total cost of ownership


The criteria1

The criteria

Product

Market

Public task

Type of procurement

Geographical focus

Type of procedure

Public admin. (contracting authority)

In-house expertise on accessibility

Electronic procurement

Public procurement characteristics

Prior existence of the product

Legal requirements

Amount of units

Risk of harm

Budget

Users

Risk of social exclusion

Liability and accountability

Confidence


The hypothetical scenarios

The hypothetical scenarios


Contract for mobile communications

Contract for mobile communications


Conclusions and future work

Conclusions and future work


Recommendations for standards

Recommendations for standards

Draft standards according to relevant standards on conformity assessment (ISO/IEC 17007)

Include testing methods for requirements in the standards

Include criteria for conformity and levels of accessibility


Thank you for listening

ITU-T Workshop"The impact of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on the work of the ITU-T"Geneva, 2 November 2009

Thank you for listening!

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