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FREE Webinar

Demystifying Accessibility in the Procurement Process

Thursday, September 28th at 2 PM ET

Join us as Kim Hodges, Director of Digital Accessibility at the University of South Carolina, will provide strategies to seamlessly integrate and prioritize accessibility into your procurement cycle.

In this session, we will delve into the critical role that digital accessibility plays in procurement processes. Discover ways to infuse accessibility into your RFPs (Requests for Proposals). Learn how to effectively read, review, and vet VPATs (Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates). Once armed with this knowledge, you'll be empowered to evaluate ICT products with confidence, ensuring that your organization's commitment to inclusivity is evident from the outset.

Whether you're in the public or private sector, in higher education or beyond, this webinar is a must-attend for anyone with a stake in digital accessibility. We hope you come ready to take notes and ask questions in this discussion-based presentation!

Register for the Webinar:

Registration Info:

You will receive a confirmation email with details for logging into the webinar. This webinar will be hosted on Thursday, September 28th from 2 pm - 3 pm ET. Convert your time zone. This webinar will be recorded and available for replay.

Accessibility Info:

3Play Media is committed to creating an inclusive and accessible virtual event for all participants. We will provide live captioning and ASL interpretation for this webinar. For questions about other accommodations or needs, please contact

About the Speaker:

Kim Hodges (he/him)

Director of Digital Accessibility, The University of South Carolina

Kim Hodges has worked in accessibility and disability advocacy for 15+ years. He has worked with over 20 universities and held executive positions in the private sector. He has built digital accessibility programs from the ground up and has a focus on education and awareness. Kim has a passion for ed tech, inclusion, and advancing opportunities for those with disabilities.