Many essential government functions are reliant on outdated, inefficient, and paper-based processes. A data-driven digital infrastructure would not only save taxpayer money but also advance access to government services in underserved communities.
Wasted Time and Resources
9,858 Unique Forms
The federal government uses
9,858 unique forms and processes more than 106 billion forms each year.
10.5 Billion Hours
In 2021, the public spent 10.5 billion hours on government paperwork.
Economic Cost of the Government’s Digital Lag
4 Benefits of Digitizing Government Forms and Systems
Better Serving Americans
5 Areas to Prioritize for Digitization
Individual Income Tax Return
Passport Applications and Renewals
Green Card Applications
Social Security Applications
Digitization will enable government agencies to cut costs and increase efficiency every day. We must prioritize digital modernization so that government can continue to accomplish and improve on its fundamental purpose—serving the American people.