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The objective of this requirement is to provide a digital navigation matching tool for federal programs and services. The tool will be used by Indigenous population members to create their optimal route. It is intended to help them navigate the complex maze of government benefits offered across multiple departments, agencies, post-secondary institutions, etc., to better understand their options and choose programs that best meet their needs. This tool should be simple enough so as not to overwhelm users with data and offer a clear path forward when they would like assistance in locating government resources. As well it must be capable of providing tailored information based on user input so that each individual can find precise information about what resources might best fit their needs. On the other hand, the system must also retain its simplicity without restricting access so that users who want to dig deeper into the data can do so. Such business applications as Google Maps enable route planning and gis software for its users.

Best practices – how to find a match for Indigenous community members

The objective of this requirement is to provide a template that facilitates customized knowledge gathering on the qualifications of a business or potential partner and their ability to deliver services aligned with program objectives. Particular attention must be paid to increasing the engagement of Indigenous partners. For this learning-in-progress tool to achieve its goals, it must provide increased access to information about skills needed, gaps in current competencies across regions, as well as information on Indigenous organizations willing and able to apply for these opportunities. To make this possible, Aboriginal Business Match will leverage existing tools and technologies being used by federal agencies under Digital 150, the action plan to transform government services, creating a foundation for Indigenous services. Particular attention must be paid to increasing the engagement of Indigenous peoples. A good navigation app enables menu search and escape key options for date modified by them.

Looking for a way to find government benefits and services that are available to you?

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Best practices – advance opportunity in consultations with Indigenous communities

The objective of this requirement is to innovate on current digital tools by using input gathered from community members during Aboriginal business participation opportunities. These participation opportunities are intended to support businesses that can deliver federal contract opportunities and provide them with an opportunity to engage directly with clients in their area. The tool should use data compiled through these activities to better inform future programming without compromising privacy standards. To achieve its goals, it must enable easy access for users at different levels within organizations while remaining adaptable enough so as not to overwhelm less experienced users with data or restrict access for more experienced users. Fully integrated site routes increase sales of your phone map application and enable you to save time.

Businesses that depend on digital technology for their success know that they must navigate the fast-paced world of technological changes to stay afloat -- especially as companies attempt to integrate cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) into their business models. The benefits of this "digital transformation" are hard to deny. AI, for example, is projected to save the healthcare industry $150 billion per year. It can also help automate lower-level tasks that many employees once had to do manually -- tasks like tracking inventory, processing payroll, and powering customer service requests via email.

As digital transformation becomes increasingly important in business models across all industries, organizations must prepare their technology infrastructures accordingly. According to a recent Forbes Insights survey, 56% of CEOs say they're confident that their organizations have the "right" technology infrastructure in place. However, there's still a lot of room for improvement: For instance, only 42% believe their organization currently has the right talent and capabilities needed to harness next-generation technologies such as AI.

The reality is that many businesses are still trying to dig themselves out of a hole, so to speak. There's no shame in that -- especially when it comes to legal and compliance workflows. For example, internal investigations can be incredibly labor-intensive and tedious: To comply with existing regulations (such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), companies must document all information related to their investigation. Thanks to various file-sharing tools like Dropbox and Google Drive, employees typically store these files on servers outside their organization's firewall. Unfortunately, this makes investigations more difficult because outsiders don't always have access to the most up-to-date files.

ConclusionDocs

Los Angeles-based startup believes that blockchain technology can help automate compliance processes -- including internal investigations.

The company's end goal is simple: To make it easier for businesses and organizations to do their jobs and keep up with regulations. "Our mission is to help our customers produce the right documents at the right time," says Joshua Lippiner, Ph.D., president and COO of ConclusionDocs. "[We want] them to ensure no critical data gets lost in translation." The big idea behind ConclusionDocs' flagship product, DocVerify, is to remove friction from compliance workflows by using smart contracts on a private Ethereum network to streamline document assembly processes -- even when employees are working remotely or from different locations.

ConclusionDocs' DocVerify platform extends the benefits of blockchain technology to companies that either outsource or decentralize their workforces. "Contractors are scattered around the world, and may not be knowledgeable about our company's business practices," says Craig McKean, co-founder, and CEO of ConclusionDocs. "We use smart contracts to ensure all information is up to date." The main difference between ConclusionDocs' DocVerify software and other document assembly solutions on the market is its ability to handle sensitive data in a trusted execution environment (TEE) -- which includes an isolated area within a mobile device called secure memory. According to McKean, this approach safeguards users against physical hacks, malware attacks , man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks, and portable malware.

"Having a secure TEE is especially important in regulated industries such as the healthcare and financial services sectors," McKean says. "Some companies can't even keep their volume licensing software up to date without violating compliance regulations." DocVerify runs within a mobile device's secure memory and does not transfer data to ConclusionDocs' servers -- so users don't have to worry about storing or submitting their sensitive information anywhere outside of their organization's firewall.

This blockchain platform also enhances user privacy by ensuring that only relevant parties (including relevant third parties, such as legal counsel) can access documents containing sensitive data. Consequently, employees who send contract proposals over DocVerify may only share their proposal with the person who requested it, not their entire network.

"It's important to us that our customers think of DocVerify as a team member rather than an outsourced service," McKean says. "The solution is intuitive, easy to use, and gives both managers and employees more control." ConclusionDocs plans on monetizing its software platform through subscription fees rather than transaction costs that other blockchain platforms charge. The company also considers itself a B2B2C enterprise provider because it partners directly with organizations -- including law firms and others in the legal services industry -- rather than making deals exclusively with end-users.

ConclusionDocs launched this past May to much acclaim from early customers such as Morgan & Morgan, an international firm with more than 1,800 attorneys. "DocVerify has transformed the process of handling documents not only for our firm but also within other law practices affiliated with Morgan & Morgan," says Michael Orin, Esq., senior counsel at the organization. "We expect to see significant results in 2018." DocVerify's end-to-end solution is available now, and ConclusionDocs plans on expanding its blockchain compliance offerings to include integrated smart contracts that help users automate document control processes -- including file naming conventions and revisions -- while ensuring regulatory compliance without getting bogged down by transaction fees.

Criteria for evaluation

We performed an analysis of the following criteria to determine which blockchain solution is best suited for business document assembly:

· Ease of installation and use · Ability to host documents on the platform's servers or within its blockchain network · Ability to implement security controls that prevent unauthorized access, including users' ability to define user rights based on job function · Ability to generate reports so organizations can monitor activity across their company's entire organization at once

The primary difference between DocVerify and other solutions is ConclusionDocs' software platform runs within a TEE. As a result, it provides better cybersecurity protections than other blockchain-based document assembly services. Additionally, DocVerify includes manual review tools that allow companies to ensure files are error-free before sending them to the person who requested them.

DocVerify's blockchain approach also helps organizations ensure their documents aren't tampered with by third parties -- including hackers, competitors, and the company itself -- which can cause a variety of issues ranging from performance hits to compliance problems. DocVerify is HIPAA-compliant and was designed for use by companies in highly regulated industries such as financial services, healthcare, legal services, and government agencies. Finally, ConclusionDocs' software provides IT administrators with control over users' access to documents that can be configured according to job functions instead of granting employees unlimited access based on their credentials.

ConclusionDocs offers a fully functional product that streamlines document assembly processes by giving managers complete oversight into how files are assembled across their entire organization.

DocVerify's key differentiator is its TEE, which provides increased cybersecurity protections than other blockchain-based document assembly services. DocVerify doesn't require an in-depth knowledge of blockchain technology to use but does provide the ability to access the platform via APIs so programmers can build integrations with existing enterprise software. Additionally, DocVerify includes manual review tools that allow companies to ensure documents contain no formatting errors before sending them out for review or approval. ConclusionDocs offers a fully operational product that streamlines document assembly processes by giving managers complete oversight into how files are assembled across their organizations using comprehensive reports and dashboards instead of facilitating unauthorized sharing without users' consent. DocVerify does require an in-depth knowledge of blockchain technology to use, and the company's services are most applicable for companies handling highly regulated data such as PHI, sensitive financial information, personal health information, or other personally identifiable information.

DOCVERIFY ConclusionDocs Ease of installation/use Moderate Easy Ability to host documents on platform's servers or within its blockchain network Yes No Ability to implement security controls that prevent unauthorized access including users' ability to define user rights based on job function Yes No Ability to generate reports so organizations can monitor activity across their company's entire organization at once Yes No

ConclusionDocs offers a fully operational product that streamlines document assembly processes by giving managers complete oversight into how files are assembled using comprehensive reports and dashboards instead of facilitating unauthorized sharing without users' consent. DocVerify does require an in-depth knowledge of blockchain technology to use, and the company's services are most applicable for companies handling highly regulated data such as PHI, sensitive financial information, personal health information, or other personally identifiable information.

DocVerify provides higher cybersecurity protections than other blockchain-based document assembly services. While DocVerify requires additional work from IT administrators to set up and configure the product, it provides programmers with the ability to access APIs and develop integrations with enterprise software via pre-built automation tools and simplified permissions management. ConclusionDocs offers a fully functional product that streamlines document assembly processes by giving managers complete oversight into how files are assembled across their entire organization. Additionally, ConclusionDocs is compliant with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, allowing companies to legally store sensitive information in its original format.

DocVerify provides higher cybersecurity protections than other blockchain-based document assembly services, but their product requires additional work from IT administrators to set up and configure before implementation. ConclusionDocs offers a fully functional product that streamlines document assembly processes by giving managers complete oversight into how files are assembled across their entire organization using comprehensive reports and dashboards instead of facilitating unauthorized sharing without users' consent. DocVerify does require an in-depth knowledge of blockchain technology to use, and the company's services are most applicable for companies handling highly regulated data such as PHI, sensitive financial information, personal health information, or other personally identifiable information.

Eligibility

Authorized employees, agents, and business partners working for a company in one of the following industries: legal, accounting/financial services, healthcare, insurance. Pros: The DocVerify software secures documents while enabling organizations to comply with stringent industry regulations for data management without having to overhaul their existing document assembly processes. Additionally, DocVerify requires very little administrative oversight once it's been installed and configured allowing developers to focus on other tasks instead of babysitting users who are trying to access protected documents. Cons: While DocVerify provides higher cybersecurity protections than other blockchain-based document assembly services, their product requires additional work from IT administrators to set up and configure before implementation. ConclusionDocs offers a fully functional product that streamlines document assembly processes by giving managers complete oversight into how files are assembled across their entire organization. Additionally, ConclusionDocs is compliant with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, allowing companies to legally store sensitive information in its original format. DocVerify provides higher cybersecurity protections than other blockchain-based document assembly services, but their product requires additional work from IT administrators to set up and configure before implementation. ConclusionDocs offers a fully functional product that streamlines document assembly processes by giving managers complete oversight into how files are assembled using comprehensive reports and dashboards instead of facilitating unauthorized sharing without users' consent. DocVerify does require an in-depth knowledge of blockchain technology to use, and the company's services are most applicable for companies handling highly regulated data such as PHI, sensitive financial information, personal health information, or other personally identifiable information.

Recommended For: Large organizations with employees working in more than one location where there is a high risk of unauthorized sharing due to lax document management policies or frequently changing teams touching confidential documents. DocVerify is for companies dealing with highly regulated data such as PHI, sensitive financial information, personal health information, or other personally identifiable information that must be secured at all times. ConclusionDocs can help businesses streamline processes by giving managers complete oversight into how files are assembled across the entire organization using comprehensive reports and dashboards instead of facilitating unauthorized sharing without users' consent.

Authorized employees who work frequently on the same files throughout an organization where is no exposure to PHI or similar highly regulated data. DocVerify is for companies dealing with highly regulated data such as PHI, sensitive financial information, personal health information, or other personally identifiable information that must be secured at all times. ConclusionDocs can help businesses streamline processes by giving managers complete oversight into how files are assembled across the entire organization using comprehensive reports and dashboards instead of facilitating unauthorized sharing without users' consent.

Challenge

Employees are sharing documents containing sensitive personal information, PHI, business trade secrets, or other highly regulated data without the organization's knowledge. If employees are allowed to share key documents with unauthorized individuals, it can put an entire company at risk of fines and lawsuits if a file falls into the wrong hands.

Solution: Organizations have two options when it comes to document assembly software - DocVerify offers blockchain-based technology for securing files at every stage of the document assembly process or ConclusionDocs which provides additional features including digital signatures, embedded audit trails that prevent unauthorized access to confidential files, scheduled notifications reminding users about policy breaches during specific periods or after repeated offenses. Using ConclusionDocs also enables organizations to manage their workforce with a comprehensive report and dashboard system that gives managers complete oversight into how files are assembled across the entire organization.

Additional Resources

About DocVerify DocVerify provides an enterprise-level blockchain solution for controlling access to documents and preventing unauthorized sharing of confidential information. By putting sensitive data on a secure, private blockchain ledger, companies can ensure compliance with regulations like HIPAA, GDPR, FINRA, and PCI DSS. The decentralized security layer allows organizations to control document assembly processes by removing the risk of sensitive data leaving the system at every stage in its lifecycle - creation, editing, review/approval, distribution/sharing, etc.

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