DGS Hits First Paperless Milestone

From Paper to Paperless

November marked the beginning of DGS’ invoicing process going fully paperless. This was a huge milestone in a four-year plan to have the agency create new ways of working without the use of paper forms. Now all invoices and orders will be processed through Integrify, a workflow software that allows for approval and orders to be electronically sent through the chain of command, making the approval process quick, easy, and paperless! Due to the work of our Facilities Maintenance Division and Fiscal Department, this huge milestone has been reached. DGS is proud to keep pushing towards becoming more cost-efficient and environmentally conscious; ultimately going fully paperless!

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