Enabling Digital Transformation in the Public Sector

No part of the world information economy is more reliant upon management of digital resources, especially documents, than the public sector. Everything from administrative memoranda to mission-critical instructions must now be distributed and maintained in digital form. However, digital documents can more easily escape from proper channels than their analog predecessors, and if exfiltrated can propagate more widely and rapidly. Control over documents is vital to proper functioning of government.

Standard Formats and Tools

The PDF format is the worldwide standard for document interchange and archiving, so any system for document control in the public sector must faithfully implement the PDF specification. Standards compliance also enables the distribution of documents into widely accepted applications like Adobe Acrobat/Reader and common web browsers.

  • Control Document Distribution, Enforce Regulation
  • Verify Document Authenticity and Integrity
  • Integrate with Existing Authentication and Access Control Systems

Access will expire based on security credentials

Viewing is limited to certain pages within a document

Printing is limited and monitored real-time


Use Cases

Distribute and manage RFPs   |   Maintain Institutional/Departmental confidentiality  |   Selectively revoke document access  |   Enable secure collaboration and annotation  |   Track usage internally or externally


Example Document

Some documents need to be distributed securely to audiences with restricted computing environments who can't install client-side software. For such cases the ability to present an encrypted PDF in an unmodified browser, as shown here, is critically important.

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