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Indiana Secretary of State embracing digital government

June 6, 2013

As part of a shift to improved technology, Indiana's Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, recently revealed her office is shifting to paperless solutions.

"Your Secretary of State's office has been on the leading edge of smart government services online, and this upgrade is overdue," Lawson said in a statement. "Moving to e-mail notifications is the next step in modernizing our system and keeping fees low."

Investing in digital government solutions such as meeting management software and related tools can help state, county and local offices save time and money while embracing the tools that help reach transparency and open government ideals. From email reminders for meetings to agenda management software that provides meeting announcements to the community, these tools improve the accuracy of the information by allowing it to be updated more easily.

Paperless solutions and meeting management services are just some of the many improvements on the path to Government 2.0 adoption. Local councils can see massive improvements to operations by embracing these solutions. Indiana is just one of many states make the leap towards improved government technology.