Federal agencies were required to switch to digital forms by December 2020. Are you switched over yet?
If you work for a United States federal government agency, you’ve likely heard of the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA). As you may know, the law, established in December of 2018, is composed of a series of rolling deadlines for governments to digitize programs and services in order to better serve the public.
While some of the IDEA Act’s deadlines have already passed, there’s another important one coming up in December 2020: All federal executive branch agencies must transition public-facing paper forms to digital ones by this date in order to comply with the law.
That’s right—online forms not only save time, money, and effort for government organizations, but they’re also soon to be required by law. In this eBook, you’ll learn about IDEA Act requirements and how to establish a successful strategy for transitioning to online forms before the December 2020 deadline.
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FormAssembly is an all-in-one form builder and data collection platform with high standards of security and compliance, making it an ideal solution for government agencies. With our drag-and-drop form builder, robust integrations, and advanced security features, we make it simple for government agencies to effectively collect the data that matters most while boosting accessibility for citizens.
Our Enterprise Cloud plan includes reliable support, extensive onboarding training, administrative controls, and state-of-the-art security features, making it well-equipped to handle government data collection operations. Contact FormAssembly today to learn more about how we can help your agency transition to paper forms in preparation for the IDEA Act deadline on December 20, 2020.