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The 21st Century IDEA Act is Here. Is Your Agency Ready?

Get Your Ducks in a Row

The 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (21st Century IDEA) is a new law that will greatly improve the public’s digital interactions with the federal government. It establishes deadlines for federal agencies to provide modern, mobile, and accessible government websites, digital forms and services, and electronic signatures.
21st Century IDEA Act Deadlines

See how you are doing

To make the 21st Century IDEA Act easy, we’ve prepared a simple checklist of requirements you can use to gauge whether your agency is on track with the law.
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The High Cost of a Poor Citizen Experience

$38.7 billion
The annual cost to the federal government to manage paperwork
11 billion hours
Annual time the public spends to fill out federal paperwork
23,000 forms
Number of unique forms across the federal government

The Stakes

A poor citizen experience can result in wasted taxpayer dollars, increased oversight, increased workforce churn, and most importantly, delays in the critical services that citizens rely on. Read DocuSign’s new eBook, jointly developed with the Government Business Council, to understand the costs of a poor citizen experience and what you can do to improve it.
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Over 800 public sector agencies, including a number of federal cabinet-level agencies, trust DocuSign to help them achieve greater public confidence, quality and service levels. DocuSign is authorized by the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, or FedRAMP, and is listed on the FedRAMP marketplace with a Government Community Cloud deployment model at the Moderate impact level.
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Read Up and Get Ready

Is Your Agency Ready for the 21st Century IDEA Act?

March 4, 2019

The 21st Century IDEA Act Is Now Law. Here’s What It Means.

December 21, 2018

DocuSign Applauds 21st Century IDEA Act Progress, Urges Congress to Pass Bill

November 30, 2018