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Re: Accessible Cold Fusion up-charge

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From: Karl Groves
Date: Jun 19, 2008 3:40PM


You say "the application is in the planning stage". Please clarify - you're
saying that no code has been written yet?
If that's the case then no, that doesn't appear reasonable.

Karl

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Allison
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Subject: [WebAIM] Accessible Cold Fusion up-charge

I am new to this group and fairly new to accessibility. As the accessibility
coordinator of a state agency, I have been asked to verify the validity of a
contractor's up-charge from 640 to 970 hours to build accessibility into a
Cold Fusion application. The application is in the planning stage, with the
only change being to make the application meet W3C Compliance Level A. The
output is expected to be moderately complex scientific data, presented in
tables.

My question is: does the revision from 640 hours to 970 hours seem
reasonable?