SSA buys $50m worth of assistive technology

SSA buys $50m worth of assistive technology

The Social Security Administration has chosen Integrated Concepts & Research Corp. for a five-year, $50 million contract to provide hardware and software support for 1,300 employees with disabilities.

The Fairfax, Va., company will furnish every type of assistive software and hardware needed by SSA employees with impaired mobility or hearing, or low vision.

Integrated Concepts & Research is teaming with Integration Technologies Group of Falls Church, Va., to provide the products and services. The contract comes at a time when Section 508 accessibility requirements are at the forefront of government contracting.

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