March 13
Duration: 1 hour

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Governments prepare, issue and process copious amounts of documents.  Up to 40% of them need signatures and/or seals; including contracts, procurement orders, hiring documents, court orders, and engineering drawings.   

Paradoxically, even though most of these documents are electronic, signing is still a paper-driven process.  How can we “digitally” sign documents easily and inexpensively, yet be confident they will comply with regulatory standards and not be altered during transmission or archiving?

Join Mary Weitzel, Technology Architect at Johnson County, Kansas, and ARX's Mauricio Pinto to learn how Johnson County addressed these issues.  Johnson County uses CoSign® digital signatures to reduce the costs and inefficiencies accrued with paper-based signature processes.   Johnson County departments use digital signatures to sign purchase orders, time sheets, certifications of public documents, and to obtain constituent signatures, without relying on paper. 
In this webinar you’ll learn:

  • The differences between digital and electronic signatures
  • Their potential use in engineering, procurement, human resources and more
  • How to easily deploy digital signature software simply and easily
  • How to guarantee document integrity even when electronically transmitted


Bill Schrier
Digital Communities

Mauricio Pinto
Market Manager

Mary Weitzel
Technology Architect
Johnson County, Kansas


For questions or more information, please contact:   

Jennifer Caldwell

Government Technology
800.940.6039 ext. 1345


Sponsored by:

CoSign by ARX




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