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JAWSJob Access With Speech
JAWSJava Applets with Safety
JAWSJava Web Start
JAWSJava and Web Services
JAWSJournalism and Women Symposium
JAWSJapan Animal Welfare Society (various locations)
JAWSJapan Anthropology Workshop (Australia)
JAWSJournal of Asian Women's Studies (Japan)
JAWSJoint Airport Weather Studies
JAWSJoint Advanced Warfighting School (Norfolk, Virginia)
JAWSJust Another Windows Shell
JAWSJAGC (Judge Advocate General Corps) Warfighting System
JAWSJaffe Warp Score (baseball)
JAWSJuneau Airport Wind System
JAWSJamming And Warning System
JAWSJMEM/Air-To-Surface Weaponeering System
JAWSJoint Analytic Warfare Systems
JAWSJoint Attack Weapons System
JAWSJapanese Animation Watchers Society (Calgary, Alberta)
JAWSJudge Advocate Warfighting System
JAWSJoint Automated Worksheets
JAWSJoint Anti-Armor Weapon System
JAWSJoint Air Weapons System
JAWSJammer Analysis Workstation (US Air Force)
JAWSJoint Analytic Worldwide System
JAWSJoint All Weather System
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Categories: Bid Protest, Accessibility, Bid evaluation protests, Computer services contracts, Computer software contracts, Computer support services, Contract award protests, Employees with disabilities, Fixed price contracts, Improper award of contract, Indefinite delivery contracts, Job Access With Speech (JAWS), Persons with disabilities, Source selection
He said: 'I use a Braille keyboard and a computer programme called JAWS (Job Access With Speech), which ensures that any information I enter into the computer is then spoken back to me.
JAWS (Job Access With Speech) software enables blind and visually impaired patrons to access nearly all Internet and e-mail functions.
She requested $1,000.00 to purchase JAWS, Job Access with Speech, a computer software program that allows people with visual impairments to hear the text that is displayed on the screen.
Among Quinton's many talents, he has also learned to ride a bike (using his tongue as a sonar device) and has become proficient at Braille N' Speak and JAWS (Job Access With Speech), two adaptive technological programs for the blind that have enabled him to maintain a strong academic record and "read" computer screens.
At work, Julie uses JAWS (Job Access With Speech) software, which works with Microsoft Windows.
LexisNexis user interfaces are being enhanced to work with several assistive technologies, including IBM's Home Page Reader, a talking browser, and Freedom Scientific's JAWS (Job Access With Speech) screen reader.
User interfaces are being enhanced to work with several assistive technologies including the talking browser Home Page Reader developed by IBM and the screen reader JAWS (Job Access With Speech) from Freedom Scientific.
Other screen readers for the Windows environment include JAWS (Job Access With Speech) from Henterl-Joyce, and Artic Technologies' WinVision.
Recently, the Information Management Division implemented the Job Access with Speech (JAWS) vision enhancement software to be used by USASAC employees with low vision.