Rand Clark is the Community Services Supervisor in Douglas County, Colorado. His organization is a public Community Action Agency (CAP). He needed a digital solution that allowed the ability to collect, store, and share vital documents. They needed this to provide the appropriate care for the most vulnerable population in his community. Paige Teagarden from […]
I recently talked to a director of a Community Action in Missouri and he was wondering if he could legally scan their paper documents and rely totally on electronic records. Missouri like many other states has adopted the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act in August of 2003. This Act focuses on treating electronic (paperless) records the same […]
Does Uniform Electronic Transactions Act Make It Possible for Community Action Agencies in Indiana To Go Paperless?
If you are a community action agency or other non-profit operating in Indiana, you may be wondering if you can convert your paper documents to electronic records to save time and space. Indiana like most states has passed the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act. It essentially says that electronic record should not be treated any differently […]
I have had a number of Community Action Agency directors in Alabama ask about the requirements for them to keep paper documents. Like most states, Alabama adopted the Uniform Electronic Transaction Act. That Act states, in my opinion, that electronic documents should be treated no different than paper documents. And application with an electronic signature also […]