September 17


It’s increasingly imperative that governments capture, manage and leverage unstructured data in smarter and more powerful ways. However, although most government leaders understand and recognize the benefits of going digital, the transition from paper-based processes can still be painfully slow.

In fact, the majority of respondents to a recent Center for Digital Government survey said at least one-third of their citizen-facing workflows still originate with paper – making it difficult to reduce costs, streamline document access, improve service delivery and maintain information security.

If your agency is struggling with advancing toward a paperless government, join Government Technology on September 17 at 11 a.m. pacific/2 p.m. eastern for a one-hour webinar with former state CIOs Dugan Petty and Otto Doll and an Alaris (a Kodak Alaris business) government expert as we explore some of the challenges, risks and opportunity costs of current paper-driven processes. Tune in to understand how you can take a more actionable approach to a digital government.

Register now and in one hour get practical advice on how you can:

  • Better assess information and technology needs
  • Prepare for an effective implementation of new scanning technologies and processes
  • Implement technology in a way that produces a successful digital transition


Dugan Petty

Dugan Petty — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Otto Doll

Otto Doll

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government


Joe Yankle

U.S. Director, Public Sector, Alaris