Webinar Recap: Are You Ready for the 21st Century IDEA Act Deadline?
In this recent webinar, learn about the 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA) and what your government agency needs to do to prepare for its upcoming online form deadline. Join FormAssembly’s Paul Lazatin, Head of Partnerships, and Jordan Schartz, Enterprise Account Executive as they explain the legislation and provide tips. Watch the webinar on demand or read the overview below.
What you’ll learn
The IDEA Act, which became law December of 2018, consists of a series of technology requirements for federal government agencies that are designed to streamline citizens’ interactions with the government. Under the Act, federal agencies are required to modernize their websites, digitize all public-facing paper forms, and make services available online.
The requirements of the Act are broken out into a set of rolling deadlines, and by the time December 2020 comes around, government agencies are required to have user-friendly online versions of paper forms.
Making a big transition like this isn’t always easy, but with the right tools and procedures in place, federal agencies can implement online forms in a simple, straightforward way. In this webinar, Paul and Jordan share the steps you need to take to ensure your agency is prepared accordingly for the December 2020 deadline.
How FormAssembly can help
FormAssembly’s online form builder and data collection platform is trusted by organizations in all industries, including healthcare, financial services, government, and more. Our platform’s high standards of security and compliance ensure that sensitive data is protected every step of the way, while our user-friendly interface makes data collection simple for agency staff and citizens.
If you’d like to learn more about how FormAssembly can help your government agency transition seamlessly into an all-online form process, sign up for a demo today.