Document Accessibility Services

The following vendors are provided as reference information because they have been used by California Community Colleges in the past.  For assistance requesting a quote, please contact Nicolás Crisosto, extension 4823.


  1. Visit CCC Document Accessibility Services
  2. Complete the online request form
  3. Upload the file
  4. You will be provided a quote
  5. Once you authorize the quote, AccessibilityOz will remediate and return the documents.

Time Estimates for AccessibilityOz

  • 1 to 20 pages - 72 Hours
  • 21 to 50 pages - 96 Hours
  • 50 to 100 pages - 120 Hours
  • 100+ pages - Contact vendor

Pricing for AccessibilityOz

Please visit CCC Document Accessibility Services for pricing information.


  1. Email the file that you wish to have remediated to Remediation at CommonLook and copy Megan Carey
  2. CommonLook will provide a fixed, firm price for full WCAG 2.0 AA or Section 508 compliance
  3. Upon acceptance of the quote, CommonLook will remediate and return the compliant PDF document
  4. Each document is accompanied by a compliance report.

Time Estimates for CommonLook

  • Turnaround times may vary
  • There is usually a 2-day minimum
  • Same day or next day options may be available

Pricing for CommonLook

Please contact Nicolás Crisosto, extension 4823, for assistance.

Working with Vendors

  • Please remember, anytime an outside vendor remediates a document for you, when you receive the finished document: 
  • Verify that all information is accurate
  • Verify no changes were made to content that you did not authorize
  • Verify any form fields work as expected
  • Verify the document passes the Adobe Acrobat Accessibility Check

Request a document compliance report and accessibility conformance certificate, if available from the vendor. 

What to Request 

You can include the following list with any request for an accessible PDF document: 

  • Fix scanned documents (convert the image of text into searchable text with the correct reading order and structure)
  • Review and correct the logical structure of the file, verify the tab order
  • Check and correct tables, including proper tagging of complex tables
  • Review alternative text, request that you provide alternative text if necessary
  • Correctly mark headings, lists, references, footnotes, endnotes and Tables of Contents
  • Review form elements, correct accessibility issues with radio buttons
  • Create accessible fillable forms per your request
  • Correctly tag callouts, other annotations, and links
  • Test each document with at least one type of assistive technology that makes use of tags, such as screen reading software
  • Ensure the document passes Adobe’s Acrobat Accessibility Checker
  • Provide a Section 508 or WCAG 2.0 AA conformance report or certificate.