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ITM Appendix C(1)

Question-by-Question Responses to the ITM Accessibility Checklist:

Question 1. Summarized below are the agency responses to question 1 (can users change sound settings, such as volume?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (12 or 14.6%); No (44 or 53.7%); Not Applicable (26 or 31.7%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (9 or 15%); No (29 or 48.3%); Not Applicable (22 or 36.7%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (2 or 12.5%); No (11 or 68.8%); Not Applicable (3 or 18.8%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (1 or 16.7%); No (4 or 66.7%); Not Applicable (1 or 16.7%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 2. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 2 (for all visual information and cues, are there simultaneous corresponding audible information and cues?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (23 or 28%); No (50 or 61%); Not Applicable (9 or 11%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (15 or 25%); No (36 or 60%); Not Applicable (9 or 15%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (7 or 43.8%); No (9 or 56.3%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (1 or 16.7%); No (5 or 83.3%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 3. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 3(is there sufficient contrast between foreground and background colors or tones so that a person with low vision can use the technology, or is it possible for the user to select foreground and background colors?) . As indicated, the following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (52 or 63.4%); No (19 or 23.2%); Not Applicable (11 or 13.4%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (34 or 56.7%); No (16 or 26.7%); Not Applicable (10 or 16.7%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (12 or 75%); No (3 or 18.8%); Not Applicable (1 or 6.3%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (6 or 100%); No (0 or 0%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 4. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 4 (is all text information displayed large enough that it can be read by someone with low vision, or is it possible for the user to select an enlarged display?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (44 or 53.7%); No (32 or 39%); Not Applicable (6 or 7.3%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (33 or 55%); No (22 or 36.7%); Not Applicable (5 or 8.3%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (8 or 50%); No (7 or 43.8%); Not Applicable (1 or 6.3%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (3 or 50%); No (3 or 50%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 5. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 5 (can users select speech input?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (2 or 2.4%); No (66 or 80.5%); Not Applicable (14 or 17.1%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (2 or 3.3%); No (46 or 76.7%); Not Applicable (12 or 20%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (16 or 100%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (4 or 66.7%); Not Applicable (2 or 33.3%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 6. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 6 (if speech input is used, is an alternative method available for inputting information, such as typing on a keyboard or scanning printed material, so that someone who cannot speak can use the technology?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (9 or 11%); No (13 or 15.9%); Not Applicable (60 or 73.2%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (8 or 13.3%); No (8 or 13.3%); Not Applicable (44 or 73.3%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (1 or 6.3%); No (4 or 25%); Not Applicable (11 or 68.8%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (1 or 16.7%); Not Applicable (5 or 83.3%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 7. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 7 (for all sound cues and audible information, such as "beeps," are there simultaneous corresponding visual cues and information). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (40 or 48.8%); No (15 or 18.3%); Not Applicable (27 or 32.9%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (27 or 45%); No (12 or 20%); Not Applicable (21 or 35%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (12 or 75%); No (1 or 6.3%); Not Applicable (3 or 18.8%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (1 or 16.7%); No (2 or 33.3%); Not Applicable (3 or 50%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 8. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 8 (is there a headphone jack to enable the user to use an assistive listening system to access audible information?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (3 or 3.7%); No (58 or 70.7%); Not Applicable (21 or 25.6%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (3 or 5%); No (43 or 71.7%); Not Applicable (14 or 23.3%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (12 or 75%); Not Applicable (4 or 25%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (3 or 50%); Not Applicable (3 or 50%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 9. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 9 (can users simultaneously change the visual display settings and the sound settings?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (3 or 3.7%); No (56 or 68.3%); Not Applicable (23 or 28%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (3 or 5%); No (41 or 68.3%); Not Applicable (16 or 26.7%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (9 or 56.3%); Not Applicable (7 or 43.8%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (6 or 100%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 10. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 10 (can the user read displayed output with a tactile display such as Braille?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (7 or 8.5%); No (70 or 85.4%); Not Applicable (5 or 6.1%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (6 or 10%); No (49 or 81.7%); Not Applicable (5 or 8.3%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (1 or 6.3%); No (15 or 93.8%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (6 or 100%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 11. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 1 (does the technology allow the user to use scanning input?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (1 or 1.2%); No (67 or 81.7%); Not Applicable (14 or 17.1%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (1 or 1.7%); No (50 or 83.3%); Not Applicable (9 or 15%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (14 or 87.5%); Not Applicable (2 or 12.5%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (3 or 50%); Not Applicable (3 or 50%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 12. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 12 (is the technology manufactured such that it allows a person using a wheelchair to approach the technology, including all controls, dispensers, receptacles, and other operable equipment, with either a forward or parallel approach?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (70 or 85.4%); No (9 or 11%); Not Applicable (3 or 3.7%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (49 or 81.7%); No (8 or 13.3%); Not Applicable (3 or 5%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (16 or 100%); No (0 or 0%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (5 or 83.3%); No (1 or 16.7%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 13. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 13 (is the technology manufactured so that, if the equipment is properly placed, the highest operable part of controls, dispensers, receptacles, and other operable parts fall within at least one of the following reach ranges?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (67 or 81.7%); No (10 or 12.2%); Not Applicable (5 or 6.1%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (47 or 78.3%); No (8 or 13.3%); Not Applicable (5 or 8.3%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (15 or 93.8%); No (1 or 6.3%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (5 or 83.3%); No (1 or 16.7%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 14. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 14 (if electrical and communication system receptacles are provided, are they mounted no less than 15 inches above the floor?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (25 or 30.5%); No (8 or 9.8%); Not Applicable (49 or 59.8%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (21 or 35%); No (7 or 11.7%); Not Applicable (32 or 53.3%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (3 or 18.8%); No (1 or 6.3%); Not Applicable (12 or 75%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (1 or 16.7%); No (0 or 0%); Not Applicable (5 or 83.3%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 15. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 15 (are all controls and operating mechanisms operable with one hand and operable without tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (76 or 92.7%); No (3 or 3.7%); Not Applicable (3 or 3.7%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (55 or 91.7%); No (2 or 3.3%); Not Applicable (3 or 5%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (15 or 93.8%); No (1 or 6.3%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (6 or 100%); No (0 or 0%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 16. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 16 (is the force required to operate or activate the controls no greater than 5 lbf?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (62 or 75.6%); No (12 or 14.6%); Not Applicable (8 or 9.8%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (41 or 68.3%); No (12 or 20%); Not Applicable (7 or 11.7%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (16 or 100%); No (0 or 0%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (5 or 83.3%); No (0 or 0%); Not Applicable (1 or 16.7%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 17. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 17 (are instructions and all information for use accessible to and independently usable by persons with disabilities affecting vision?). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (15 or 18.3%); No (60 or 73.2%); Not Applicable (7 or 8.5%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (11 or 18.3%); No (42 or 70%); Not Applicable (7 or 11.7%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (4 or 25%); No (12 or 75%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (0 or 0%); No (6 or 100%); Not Applicable (0 or 0%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

Question 18. Summarized below are the agencies' responses to question 18 (is the technology manufactured in such a way that it can be made detectable to blind persons who use canes to detect objects in their path? ). The following categories of agencies provided the following responses to this question.

OVERALL: Yes (48 or 58.5%); No (20 or 24.4%); Not Applicable (14 or 17.1%); Total (82)

CABINET LEVEL AGENCIES: Yes (35 or 58.3%); No (16 or 26.7%); Not Applicable (9 or 15%); Total (60)

ALL LARGE AGENCIES: Yes (8 or 50%); No (4 or 25%); Not Applicable (4 or 25%); Total (16)

ALL MEDIUM AGENCIES: Yes (5 or 83.3%); No (0 or 0%); Not Applicable (1 or 16.7%); Total (6)

ALL SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)

ALL VERY SMALL AGENCIES: Yes (0); No (0); Not Applicable (0); Total (0)


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