January 29, 2018 was PDF Day in Washington DC! This event brought industry experts, vendors, consultants, integrators and agency professionals together to discuss how PDF technology can contribute to enhancing the government’s workflows.
January 29 2018 was PDF Day in Washington, D.C.
Hosted by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) at its historic downtown Washington DC headquarters, this PDF Association event brought industry experts and agencies together to discuss the importance and utility of the Portable Document Format, its various ISO standards, and the wide-ranging technologies available to government workflows.
PDF is the world’s default electronic document technology. With 18 informative sessions across a wide range of topics, these sessions are especially relevant as we look into the future of records-keeping and electronic document technology in and around government.
Section 508 for Managers
Bevi Chagnon, PubCom
Successful implementation strategies for government wide PDF accessibility
Adam Spencer, Accessibil-IT
Planning for PDF accessibility within your organization
Paul Rayius, Commonlook
Accessible PDF Authoring: Breaking Through the Limits of Adobe InDesign
Damian Sian, consultant for axaio
Best Practices For Converting Paper to Digital Documents
Carsten Heiermann, Foxit Europe
Accessible PDF Usability for the Blind & Partially Sighted
Dennis Quon, Crawford Technologies
Artificial Intelligence and PDF document processing
Henry Sal, CSI
Everything you want to know about eSignatures & Digital Signatures in PDF
Jonathan Rhyne, PSPDFKit
How blockchain could revolutionize documents
George Allen, iText
Leveraging PDF 2.0 for High Volume Invoices, Statements and other Personalized Communication
Drew Sprague, Solimar Systems
Managing the transition: Legacy Advanced Function Presentation (AFP) to PDF/UA
John Lynch, Compart
A brief introduction to archiving information with PDF
Matt Kuznicki, Datalogics
What is PDF/A-3 good for?
Dietrich von Seggern, callas software
NARA’s Strategic Direction
John Martinez, National Archives and Records Administration
PDF for Newspaper eDeposit at the Library of Congress
Melissa Hire, Library of Congress
Secure collaboration on engineering documents
Aaron Gravesdale, PDFTron
Archiving Engineering Documents using PDF
Phil Spreier, 3D PDF Consortium