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Crawl — walk — run: First steps to digital resiliency

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Max Everett

Chief Executive Officer, Adnovem Consulting Group 

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Matt Schrader

Director, Government Relations & Public Policy, Adobe Inc. 

About the session

While nearly every manual process could be improved with digital forms and electronic signatures, starting with a smaller pilot project can help you reduce risk, prove value early, and protect your budget. Using agile methodologies, you’re able to iteratively improve your processes and technology, securing important user feedback as you go. Federal leaders will discuss the benefits of digital forms and electronic signatures in government and share their experience of working with a partner to build a proof of concept before fully committing resources and budget to a technology project. Hear what they gained by starting small and scaling up.

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