New TTY device sought

The Washington State Office of Deaf and Hard of Hearing is planning an RFP for a vender to help develop a superior Braille TTY device. The procurement should be released in February. The office has been working with deaf-blind individuals and technical instructors to determine the type of Braille TTY is best for them to use. A proof of concept for a device has been developed, and the state now wants a vender to refine and produce it.


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