Re-Think was engaged to conduct a national (federal, ed provincial and municipal) and international environmental scan of existing accessibility policy instruments related to property and the built environment, advice transportation, store information and communications technologies (ICTs), procurement of goods and services, and service delivery. Our team of researchers used expert interviews, primary Web sources and secondary Web -sources to identify relevant information. All of the data collected was inputted into a spreadsheet to allow for dynamic sorting and analysis of the information by jurisdiction, policy area, and other fields that are collected. Re-Think then documented the results in each policy area, listing and describing the identified policy instruments and reporting on their adequacy and cost of adherence to the instruments.