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Have you ever met someone who is completely and wholeheartedly set in their ways? It can be frustrating to watch friends or family members struggle simply because they’re too stubborn to change. Humans are innately averse to change. We like routine and when something comes along to threaten it, we can grow defensive and on edge. More often than not, when we do finally decide to try whatever it is we’re worried about, we see that it’s definitely a change for the better.
 

If it’s hard for us to change things in our own lives, imagine how challenging it is to implement change within a company, department, or industry. The government sector is notorious for sticking with what they know, but the past several years have shown tremendous growth. Not only are government entities accepting change, they’re embracing it and advocating for more.
 

The government has been slowly adopting digital transformations for several years now, but the unprecedented pandemic forced the process to ramp up nearly overnight. Digital transformations are suddenly everywhere within the system, saving departments time, money, and hassle.
 

Here’s a quick list of just a few of the processes that are reaping the rewards of digitalization:
 

  • Filing documents – Once done by hand, now done digitally in seconds
  • Collecting signatures – Traditionally done in-person, now available on computers, tablets, and phones for signing on the go
  • Certifying documents – Say “goodbye” to hunting down a notary or approver and say “hello” to instant certification online
  • Workflow – Cross-department miscommunication is a thing of the past thanks to workflow systems that make information virtually accessible to everyone who might need it
  • Agenda management – Why waste a day building binders of documents by hand when you can organize everything digitally with just a few clicks?
     

Technology is around us all day every day in the form of phones, computers, smart devices, cars, etc. As we grow more accustomed to partaking in digital endeavors, we can logically expect them to bleed into careers and professional services as well. For those working in government, this can be a bit tricky. Some government processes stretch back decades. It’s up to the current government officials to initiate change towards a more tech-savvy system. Remember; just because things have always been done a certain way, doesn’t mean they’re being done the best way.

Thank you, technology, for allowing governments to streamline their processes. There are countless examples of digital innovations swooping in to save the day, and we predict many more are on the horizon. Don’t let your court get left behind with out-of-date systems. The world around us is changing, so you should too.

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I think government and quasi-government agencies have the same primary driver as the one that transformed the book business.

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