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Annex 8 provides a list of goods and services which are subject to public procurement contracts and for which accessibility is most relevant. ITU-T does not refer to ammlnistrazione.filetype with relay services.

In benchmarkiing responses to the public consultation businesses referred to additional costs for the adaptation of products, as well as for the time needed to understand the different legislative requirements in the Member States. Monitoring and evaluation arrangements.

Member States, in order to fulfil the Amminixtrazione.filetype level obligation will further develop national rules defining accessibility in detailed for the use of public authorities. In any case, Member States have not been coordinating among themselves the implementation of the accessibility obligations in the UN Convention. In addition, the clarification of Member States’ legal obligations under the UN Convention related to accessibility supports the forecast for additional barriers, as Member States will further develop their accessibility legislation.

An EU initiative which would facilitate the functioning of the internal market for accessible goods and services would have a positive impact on several rights recognised in the Charter. Ensuring free movement of accessible goods and services will have positive economic effects.


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Due to their obligations under the UN Convention and the future mandatory rules on public sector websites accessibility which may be extended to private sector websites, based on the current legislative situation described in Annex 6, it is assumed that 12 Member States will have introduced technical accessibility requirements for private sector websites providing hospitality services by The meeting provided additional input on possible measures to make goods and services more accessible in Europe.

The current European Structural and Investment Funds Regulation requires accessibility to be taken into account as regards the content of each operational programme, the activities of the monitoring committee, and the annual implementation reports to be submitted by Member States to the Commission Making eCommerce accessible means that all visitors, including disabled visitors, can benefit from easy navigation, fast-loading web pages and secure, easy-to-use online payment gateways.

State parties should undertake a comprehensive review of the laws on accessibility in order to identify, monitor and address gaps in legislation and its implementation “.

Hence it is expected that current accessibility obligations in Member State for fixed and public pay phones will evolve to cover more and more mobile phones.


These issues are expected to become more severe in future as Member States implement their obligations under the UN Convention. However, the proposal does not harmonise the existing specific provisions for persons with disabilities under the EU regulatory framework which would remain subject to national transposition and implementation measures, such as the relevant provisions focusing on the provision of information about measures taken to ensure equivalence in access and aministrazione.filetype for disabled end-users and about more specific details of goods and services designed for disabled persons.

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The rules related to emergency services Emergency services and the single European emergency call number under Article ammiinistrazione.filetype USD are likely to be strengthened by Member States to provide direct access to emergency services, as required by the same Directive, via text telephony, and video phone service with implications for divergent technical accessibility requirements for terminals.

Based on the current legislative situation described i Annex 6, it is estimated that by18 Member States are likely to have introduced technical accessibility requirements regarding ticketing machines and check-in machines. The differences in legislation and detailed technical accessibility requirements for the built environment lead to barriers for benchmaarking design companies providing services across borders within the internal market Based on the current legislative situation described in Annex 6, it is estimated that in15 Member States will have adopted legislative accessibility requirements for ATMs, and 18 Member States will have adopted legislative accessibility requirements for ticketing benchmarkig and check-in machines.

As a result, adaptations for the different national markets within the internal market are necessary.

This is the case for example in relation to specialist terminal equipment and related relay services. Is there a preferred choice or not?

ANED identified at least six other Member States with legislative accessibility requirements in this area. Both categories overlap and will include inter alia manufacturers and distributors of ICT goods and services, websites designers, architects, banks, hotel owners, on-line retailers, transport providers. Levels for the provision of audio description tend to be much lower.

These “views” are confirmed in the recent General Comment on Article 9 of the UN Convention – Accessibility 17 adopted by the Committee in April that states that ” State parties are obliged to adopt, promulgate and monitor national accessibility standards.

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First, the UN Convention requires Member States to make communication technologies and systems accessible including electronic services and emergency services. The revised report takes on board the recommendations of the IAB and introduces the following main modifications and clarifications: They will not be able to benefit ammibistrazione.filetype other consumers from the benefits of the internal market in terms of price, choice and quality.


The degree of technicality and legal force of the requirements also differ strongly across countries. In the absence of EU legislation, while Member States might get inspiration from these documents, experience shows that in the process of making national rules, modifications are often introduced. Some concrete examples amministrazione.filetpye legislative divergence leading to market fragmentation.

Annex 6 amminisrazione.filetype an overview of obligations, technical requirements, standards benchmarkjng guidelines with regard to the accessibility of DTT equipment in the selected 9 Member States.

This would ensure the attainment of the objectives of the initiative without going beyond what is necessary for that purpose. This information is used to calculate the costs related to website accessibility in the various services below and the related impacts in the various options.

Some ICT industry representatives explained that adapting products to divergent accessibility requirements across all EU Member States would be prohibitively expensive and could lead to a decision of not complying with some sets of national legislation. Stakeholders in this amministrazzione.filetype as well as users organisations consider the latter proposal an important step and suggest that similar requirements could be foreseen for companies offering services to the public pubbllca.

The Commission revised this legislation and made this provision mandatory, making accessibility compulsory in technical specifications The Belgium Flanders SME Panel report states that ” the area of accessibility is characterised by fragmentation ” and that ” … the major differences with regard to regulations make it difficult for SMEs to act in an export-oriented manner “.

Leading SST manufacturers have reported that such regulatory differences in technical requirements lead to obstacles in the internal market and additional costs for accessibility because they have to familiarise with the diverging national accessibility requirements and adapt their products in order to be able to sell them in the different sub-markets within the internal market In this step, the list of 87 relevant goods and services was reduced to 23 the list is provided in Annex 5 by keeping only those for which the analysis showed that the coverage of national legislation could lead to obstacles to the well-functioning of the internal market and after due consideration of EU competences.