Our IdenTrust Global Common (IGC) products are compliant with the Federal Bridge and certified for use with various federal, state and local government agencies. Use IGC certificates for multiple activities such as document signing, digital signing and sealing, email security and access to various online government websites and applications.
Use digital signing to replace wet ink signatures and create non-repudiable, legally binding documents. Digital signing allows agencies to streamline signing and approval processes, eliminate paper and establish an audit trail. This audit trail adds to the integrity of the digital signing process by providing documentary evidence of the sequence of signing activities that took place.
A digital signature can also be configured to incorporate an official digital seal to replace the traditional stamped or embossed seal that also requires a wet ink signature. This functionality allows digital signing and sealing to be used by state and local agencies, as well as by the engineers, architects, surveyors and others who interact with an agency. If you have a need to process signed and sealed plans and other documents, your agency can benefit from implementing digital signing and sealing.
Digital certificates can also be used to sign email communications, reassuring the recipient that the sender is actually you. Digital signing of emails and documents is the best way to ensure that digital media remains intact, protecting the overall integrity of the communication or document.
The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) enacted June 30, 2000 is a U.S. federal law that facilitates the use of electronic records and electronic signatures in interstate and foreign commerce by insuring the validity and legal effect of contracts entered into electronically. Former President Bill Clinton used an IdenTrust digital certificate to approve the ESIGN ACT.