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  1. I know that acquisitions of Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) supplies and services must meet accessibility standards, commonly referred to as Section 508 compliant. See FAR Subpart 39.2. This talks to contractor deliverables or performance. But what about pre-award contractor proposals? I have seen a number of solicitations with Section L or similar language allowing for (or mandating) electronic proposals (such as by e-mail) but requiring all such electronic proposals to be Sec. 508 compliant. This doesn't make sense to me. If your agency accepts electronic (e-mail) proposals, does your agency require all pre-award proposals to be Sec. 508 compliant? Do you benefit from it?