March 9

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E-signatures are helping governments transform internal processes and citizen services. Eliminating paper documents and manual approvals drives gains in efficiency and customer service, while reducing risk and strengthening compliance and transparency. That’s the case in Sacramento, Calif., where the City implemented e-signatures to overcome painful paper processes. Join us to hear how the City uses e-signatures to:

• Streamline and automate approvals of policies and procedures
• Streamline eContracting processes
• Enable code enforcement documents to be signed in the field
• Ensure ADA and FPPC (Fair Political Practices Commission) compliance
• And more!


Dawn Bullwinkel

Dawn Bullwinkel

Assistant City Clerk, City of Sacramento

Dawn has been Assistant City Clerk with the City of Sacramento for the past 10 years earning her Certified Municipal Clerk designation in 2007. Before moving to the Sacramento area Dawn held the position of Assistant City Clerk in Berkeley California. Dawn’s passion for business process improvements started with her private sector work in the medical, financial and real estate fields. This private sector experience enhances Dawn’s commitment to effective, efficient and transparent public processes. Dawn’s City Clerk current special project assignments include:
The management of the City of Sacramento’s s citywide and departmentally focused policies and procedures.
The design/implementation of a Citywide Solicitation/Contract Management system using a digital signature component including organizational change management.

Aviv Lubell

Aviv Lubell

Sales Development, Government and Defense, eSignLive

Aviv serves as the primary liaison between eSignLive and government agencies across Canada and the United States. Leveraging his extensive experience in the government space, Aviv works closely with clients to ensure a seamless and successful transition of traditional processes into the digital realm. Aviv’s attention to the client experience, and commitment to the highest standards of service are the defining characteristics of his role at eSignLive.

Harold Tuck

Harold Tuck — Moderator

Sr Fellow, Center for Digital Government

For more than 25 years, Harold Tuck has dedicated his career to the County of San Diego. Most recently, as Chief Information Officer, Tuck was responsible for all operational and strategic Information Technology functions for the County, providing services to 17,000 County employees at over 200 facilities. One of Tuck’s primary, and highly visible tasks was ensuring that County government and its citizens received the full benefits of a multi-year, $700 million IT Outsourcing Contract, making the County the first Municipal Government to outsource all IT functions to the private sector.