The question of CASp impartiality has come up in several public meetings over the past year, and I think it is worth discussing. On more than one occasion I have witnessed first-hand that the advocates for the disabled community have pressed hard to have CASps serve their interest more. While I empathize with the advocates, I have to ‘push back’ and press for independence and impartiality.
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- A CASp has no authority to make anyone do anything
- CASps must "Interpret" code
- "Interpret" does not mean we "Advocate"
- We bring value because we are impartial
- A place for all of us