Shred the Paper: How Digital Signatures are Transforming the Way Governments Work

Time is a fleeting resource for government agencies. And paper processes are a time sucking constraint on the organization. Just consider how long it takes for a government agency to process, verify and store a paper record. But what if agencies ditched the paper, tossed their pens and embraced digital signatures in a process that could be much faster, more efficient and secure?

That’s what leading organizations are experiencing with digital signatures and paperless processes. And the great news is this digital evolution isn’t just impacting internal government workers, it’s enhancing the process for citizens, too.

Join us online on Thursday, January 24 from 2-3pm ET/11am-noon PT as our experts share how best practices and lessons learned from organizations who have embraced digital signatures and paperless processes.

Specifically, you’ll learn:

  • How digital document workflows can save agencies time and resources.
  • How government agencies are using digital signatures to meet modernization objectives like the Modernizing Government Technology Act, the Integrated Digital Experience Act and NASCIO’s annual list of top priorities for State government IT operations. 
  • The biggest barriers still facing agencies looking to implement digital signatures.

You Will Hear From:



Darryl Lajola
IT Service Delivery Specialist at Office of Enterprise Technology Services, State of Hawaii