Welcome to the Forms Management Center’s webpage for our Electronic Forms Pilot Program. Our Electronic Forms Pilot Program offers five popular STD. Forms that will enable the user to save filled-in data using a PC and the free Adobe Reader version 7.
The Pilot Electronic Forms are:
- STD. 65, Purchase Authority Purchase Order,
- STD. 65A, Purchase Authority Purchase Order Continuation,
- STD. 66, Purchase Estimate,
- STD. 66A, Purchase Estimate Continuation, and
- STD. 67, Publishing Order
To begin free use of these Pilot Electronic Forms, you must register using the following link: Register Profile.
Registration is being requested so that FMC may follow-up with you later and gather your feedback concerning these forms. After successfully registering your contact information, a Successful Registration Screen will instruct you to follow the email instructions that were sent to you. Clicking on the link that is embedded within the email instructions will activate your registration account and will transfer you to the Log in
screen. During the Log in
process, you must enter the username and password identified in the email instructions to gain access to these forms.
To use these forms, the free Adobe Reader version 7 must be installed on your PC. This may require local administrator rights.
These enhanced forms are developed within a test environment to assess and evaluate form functionality, data saving features, and enhancements such as emailing capabilities, adding digital signatures and adding customized notes. By utilizing these enhanced form features during the pilot duration, your departmental staff should be able to streamline and complete administrative processes more efficiently and timely.
Implementation of Digital Signature Technology within a state department is a decision to be made by department management.
Due to growing interest in the Pilot Forms, the duration of the Pilot Program has been extended until further notice. At the conclusion of the pilot, DGS will forward a survey to registered end-users who have used the pilot forms. Survey feedback from departments will be used to identify, address, and disseminate future information pertaining to the implementation of a statewide program offering similar advanced technology for all applicable STD. forms.
The Forms Management Center appreciates your support, cooperation, and assistance to ensure a successful pilot program.
If you have any questions pertaining to this website or the pilot forms, contact:
ATTN: Pilot Forms Coordinator