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Creating smooth digital enrollment and onboarding processes

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Michael Barr

Michael Barr

Director, National Security Group, Adobe

Hayden Smith Temin

Hayden Smith Temin

Assistant Director, Human Resources Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI),

Andrew Borene

Andrew Borene

Civil Liberties, Privacy & Transparency Officer, National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC), Office of the Director of National Intelligence

About the session

Many agencies are finding that their efforts to move forward with time-sensitive and mission-critical projects are being hampered by manual processes. For example, program managers can email onboarding documents to contractors, but the PDFs still have to be printed, signed, scanned, and returned. The imperative to fully digitize essential operations like enrollment and onboarding processes has never been greater. Agencies have started modernizing their forms and creating digital workflows to manage communications from first touch to enrollment. In this session, you’ll learn what’s possible with digital workflows. We’ll walk through a scenario showing how fast it can be to onboard contractors and how easy it is to track multiple approval processes with digital dashboards. Join this session to explore the use of digital forms, data capture, and e-signatures to streamline onboarding at scale — reducing cost, increasing employee efficiency, and improving the speed of service delivery. 

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