Government agencies are undertaking bold strategies to digitize paper-based processes and move to prominent digital infrastructures. Digitization enables diverse and accelerated public access to information as well as discovery processes. By 2026, for example, the National Archives and Records Administration aims to digitize 500 million pages of government records. But even more pressing is the call for agencies to transition to a fully electronic recordkeeping environment by the end of 2022. Leaders discuss how they are communicating these strategies and the tools that are enabling these pivots.
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November 10, 2022