Digital legislation adoption is being catalyzed by the pressures that COVID-19 exerted on agencies to work remotely. Agencies will need to strike a balance between virtualized and physically present legislative capabilities.
Goals and Objectives
Improve executive agency digital services. Support online access to wording and details related to proposed legislation. Support search functions and notification functions that allow users to easily find or be notified about the content of proposed laws. Improve accessibility for individuals with disabilities.
Hardware: PCs, tablets, smartphones, servers, cloud platforms, and network equipment
Software: Smart forms, CRM, search and database functionality, reporting applications, analytics report generation, and security
Services: Centralized shared services, API access for third-party search and notification systems, and sentiment analysis
Use Case Summary
Digital legislation presents a number of process and distribution efficiencies that will persist post-COVID-19. It can also enhance interoperability between executive agencies, compliance with industry standards, and adherence to best practices for design, accessibility, and information security.