Upcoming Webcasts

  • Reengineering the Permitting, Licensing, Inspections and Enforcement Process

    Agencies involved in managing and executing an oversight function—whether it involves physical infrastructure, such as facilities, utilities, equipment and policy adherence—cannot afford to rely on outdated processes or systems. The labor-intensive nature of traditional approaches (many still based on paper-based processes) can lead to loss of revenue and poor accountability. In this webcast, government industry experts will discuss how a digital, cloud-based approach can improve both the efficiency and effectiveness of the permitting, licensing, inspections and enforcement process. 10/17/2017

  • A New Take on the Cloud Revolution: The Case for On-Premise Systems

    Government agencies around the world are becoming increasingly proactive about moving a growing number of applications to public cloud. So it makes sense that those agencies plan to cut back drastically on their investments in on-premise systems, right? Not necessarily. 10/17/2017


  • NETCENTS-2 Makes Good Business Sense

    The Defense Department’s focus on net-centric war fighting has sharpened over the past decade. Along the way, its IT contract vehicles have become more important as a way to focus technology on that goal. Network Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) is a critical contract vehicle to help the Air Force acquire technology tailored to its specific mission needs.

  • Building a More Efficient Government with eSignatures

    Replacing manual paper-based systems with digital systems can help any federal agency operate more efficiently and experience tremendous cost savings. Something like an electronic signature system can also provide greater security and transparency. After all, electronic workflows and e-signatures have been a legal form of representation following the ESIGN Act of 2000. This paper details how reengineering processes to incorporate e-signatures can expedite federal agency workflows and improve efficiency, accuracy and security.

  • Case Study: DocuSign Delivers 70-fold ROI for Large Midwestern State’s Child Welfare Department

    The Child Welfare Department in a large Midwestern state was experiencing backlogs in contract processing. Most contracts typically require as many twelve signatures that were extremely hard to secure in a timely fashion. An electronic signature seemed like the obvious answer. DocuSign’s e-signature system saved $70,000 annually and reduced contract processing from three weeks to less than an hour. This case study presents their experience with the e-signature system.

  • Reimagining Government in the Cloud

    The cloud continues to dramatically change the manner in which federal agencies operate, saving costs and time and increasing security. Following the guidance of FedRAMP, the Program Management Office estimates agencies have experienced $40 million in cost savings within in the first two years. Reaplcing manual processes with digital cloud-based processes, and relying on FedRAMP authorized cloud services, can streamline federal agency operations, as defined in this white paper.

  • The Time to Go Digital Is Now