Nebraska Governor Directs Agencies to Convert Paper Forms to Digital Format
High-use forms must be ready by end of this year
Tomorrow morning, Nebraska governor Mike Johanns will send a directive to state agencies that 1,200 high-use paper forms must be available in editable electronic format by the end of the year, according to Lt. Gov. Dave Heineman speaking at the Nebraska Digital Government Summit
. In addition, all other forms must be available in editable electronic form by Dec. 31, 2004. A long term goal, said Heineman, is to introduce smart forms which become transactional.
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