March 4

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From procurement contracts, to employee agreements, to roadway construction projects, department of transportation (DOT) paperwork can be complex in the best of times. Roadway construction projects alone can generate thousands of pages of documentation and drawings that require review and signoff by multiple engineers and contractors with digital seals and certifications. The need for contactless document processing during COVID has only complicated things more. A transition to modern, digital processes has never been more necessary. Fortunately, electronic signature and digital document technology can help state DOTs overcome these challenges. These solutions make it fast and simple to sign, share, store and retrieve critical paperwork – streamlining everything from roadway construction planning to internal approvals on new policies.

On March 4th at 10am PT/1pm ET, Government Technology is bringing together a panel of public and private sector leaders to discuss how going digital can help DOTs create more efficient processes while preserving taxpayer dollars. Register now to:

  • Hear the firsthand experiences of DOT leaders in how electronic signature and digital document technology benefited their departments
  • Learn the various ways these technologies can reduce paper and storage costs
  • Discover first steps and best practices for transitioning to a more digital project process


Thomas Bovee

Thomas Bovee

Program Manager: ProjectWise and Adobe Sign, Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)

For the last 10 years Tom has been responsible for the reorganization and cloud migration of ProjectWise and the implementation of Adobe Sign statewide as CDOT moves to electronic project documentation and electronic sealing of Record Set roadway design plans.

Dave Brumbaugh, P.E.

Dave Brumbaugh, P.E.

Director, Consulting in the Project Delivery Business Unit, Bentley Systems

Dave is a professional engineer and software developer who has had a 25 year career with Bentley developing customizations for ProjectWise and MicroStation as well as delivering complex integrations between ProjectWise and other enterprise applications. Before Bentley, Dave worked in engineering design and construction for both consulting firms and owner/operators.

Keith Winderlich

Keith Winderlich

Principal Solution Consultant, Adobe

Keith is a Principal Solution Consultant at Adobe who specializes in Adobe Sign for Public Sector audiences and has been in the e-signature industry for many years. Keith has also previously worked at Microsoft as a Dynamics Specialist before moving to Adobe. He has had a diverse set of domain experiences including military and national intelligence, financial services for the Fortune 500, and his current focus on state, local and education along with federal customers. Throughout his career, Keith has focused on business solutions in order to make organizations and society more efficient, through a combination of consulting, development, analysis and pre-sales.

Bob Bennett

Bob Bennett — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Bob Bennett is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Digital Government and the founder of B2 Civic Solutions, an international smart cities consultancy firm based in Parkville, Mo. From 2016 to 2019 he served in Mayor Sly James’ administration as the Chief Innovation Officer for the City of Kansas City, Mo. During his tenure, he oversaw the city’s smart city initiatives including a 54-block total digitalization pilot, strategy development for the city and P3-based expansion plans. Kansas City’s initiatives earned the city an Edison Award (Gold) for “Collective Disruption” and civic innovation in 2017, and Bob was named one of GovTech’s Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers in 2018. Before his role with the city, Bob completed a 25-year career in the U.S. Army which included service as a Strategist, a Battalion Commander and multiple combat tours.