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Department of Housing and Urban Development

Allow for digital signatures on Multifamily Closing Documents

Closing documents are currently in paper form and require hand signatures. This often requires the expense of overnighting the documents to the owners. If you have people in different offices working on a project, that involves more overnighting documents. Keeping the documents in paper form also makes it harder to track down documents. Allowing all parties to digitally sign and email documents would speed the process... more »

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Department of Defense

Digital Signature for Word docs

Eliminate printing and signing word documents by using the ApproveIt add-in across the DOD. I believe the Army has already implemented this, but not the other services. The ApproveIt add-in allows a CAC enabled signature on MS Word docs, rather than just the picture embedded that is inherint to MS Word. By using this add-in, signatures can be verified, can't be falsified and documents can be digitally signed vs printed... more »

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General Services Administration

Allow Digital Signature on Contracts

Allow Contracting Officers and Contract Specialist to use a digital signature (verified with a Pin number) to sign contracts. We print out so many sheet of paper to sign them. We could sign an award electronically and send it through to the next person with out printing any paper.Also this saves the time of printing it, signining it, scanning it back in to the computer and sending for obligation.

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Department of Agriculture

Digital Signatures

On August 27, 2004, President Bush signed Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12). The directive required each agency to issues “smart cards” to its employees and contractors. Each “smart card” carries four Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Certificates, one of which is a digital signature. To date most agencies have not updated regulations to include the use of digital signatures on documents. Since many... more »

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Department of Justice

digitalize

Attorneys and other government agencies use a vast amount of paper.The USAO should begin to switch to digital submissions.AUSAs send letters to inmates, judges, and defense attorneys on a daily basis.They also file briefs/other legal documents, which can sometimes be several hundred pages, in large quantities.By submitting documents/correspondents digitally, the USAO should be able to cut their use of paper by at least... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

Lets all be “Jolly Green Giants”! Save: $$$, time, & our environ

If u don't have time to read my idea..it's good lol NO MORE SENDING LETTERS!

This idea can be spanned into many departments. Just speaking for the edu dept, we send out more letters than anyone could count e.g. 1 case: Development ltrs when we need more info from the claimant, Certificate of eligibility, award ltrs for enrollments, many correction ltrs from amendments from school hour reductions or inc, withdraws,... more »

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