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[Irl-dean] IIA blog about procurement toolkit

Paul Walsh, Segala paul at segala.com
Tue Aug 1 11:30:37 IST 2006


Apologies for the delay with my response, I have a lot of feedback to
present to you and will do so as soon as I've had time to complete my
review. I'll distribute my comments to the list as it may trigger more
feedback.

Thanks
Paul

-----Original Message-----
From: irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie
[mailto:irl-dean-admin at list.eeng.dcu.ie] On Behalf Of Mark Magennis
Sent: 01 August 2006 11:18
To: Irl-DeAN
Subject: [Irl-dean] IIA blog about procurement toolkit

Dear all,

The draft NDA Accessible ICT Procurement Toolkit is featured on the  
IIA blog (http://blog.iia.ie/). It would be great if someone could  
start the ball rolling by posting a comment to this blog entry to  
help generate interest. Either nice comments along the lines of how  
timely this is, how it will sort the accessible web solution  
providers from the inaccessible ones, etc. Or even not so nice  
comments about how ridiculous are the NDA's suggestions about how  
public bodies should run their website procurement processes. All  
comments are welcome, especially if it generates a bit of interest in  
Web Developer Land.

Thanks,
Mark

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