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SimpliGov Launches COVID-19 Impact Response Center

SimpliGov has launched the COVID-19 Impact Resource Center to help government navigate through these challenging times.

To help state and local government meet urgent needs amid the COVID-19 pandemic, SimpliGov has launched a COVID-19 Impact Response Center. Not only is the company providing links to resource guides, but it is also making its extensive library of government automated workflows available – at no cost – during this challenging time. 

Among the workflows that are readily available to address immediate challenges in government is SimpliGov’s Telework/Remote Work Authorization Request, which tracks the status of government employees who are requesting to work remotely. This workflow can be easily customized to meet your local or regional needs.

Other workflows available free of charge include Critical Travel Request Workflow and an Absence and Time Worked Tracker, just to name a few.  SimpliGov’s critical travel request workflow enables employees to request authorization to conduct critical travel during the current COVID-19 crisis.  SimpliGov’s Absence and Time Worked Tracker can be quickly deployed, allowing employees to report their work-related and personal hours off. 

A government agency or department does not need to be an existing SimpliGov customer to use these workflows for free.  SimpliGov is even covering the cloud-based hosting costs for each government body that uses a workflow, so that government employees can focus on the business of government. 

To access SimpliGov’s COVID-19 Impact Response Center, go to: https://simpligov.com/covid-19-impact-resource-center/

The SimpliGov Automation Platform is a cloud-based, SaaS solution, that empowers our local, state and federal organizations to rapidly develop and implement eForm, e-signature, and workflow solutions. We are a “no code” solution that empowers lines of business to own and maintain their own processes.