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Guide for Federal Agencies on Implementing Electronic Processes

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U.S. Department of Justice, Guide for Federal Agencies on Implementing Electronic Processes (Nov. 2000) (full-text).

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This guide addresses legal issues that agencies are likely to face in converting to electronic processes and provides suggestions on how to address these issues. The rise of electronic commerce offers departments and agencies exciting opportunities to convert or redesign existing processes. At the same time, creating a more accessible and efficient government requires us to maintain public confidence in the security and reliability of the Government's electronic transactions, processes, and systems. Thus, in designing electronic systems, departments and agencies should ensure that essential data are available when need and that the data and the underlying processes are legally sufficient, reliable and in compliance with all applicable legal requirements.

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