Thread Subject: Re: Thought on sevices
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From: Truesdell Nick
Date: Wed, Feb 21 2007 6:55 AM
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As I noted on the conference call yesterday a great majority of services
actually have embedded EIT deliverables. Currently all of these
deliverables would be required to conform to the respective provisions.
In some case this is obvious. (such as where the service is for software
or web development). In other cases it is not as immediately clear.
Referencing the example of a service for use of CPU clock cycles, the
actual processing time itself may not have any 508 implications but
perhaps the service comes with a web interface where a user would upload
a binary job to be processed.
Before breaking out a separate category for services I think care should
be taken to ensure that the items we are looking to address are not
already covered elsewhere.
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