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You’ve got all your business paperwork ready, now, where’s the nearest Notary Public? That answer will change on October 1, as Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton has announced the date that Remote Online Notarization will begin in Montana. Deputy Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen described the new technology on Wednesday from her office in Helena.
Around 100 people gathered in the Capitol Rotunda Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the 232nd anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution.
The Philipsburg Chamber of Commerce played host to Corey Stapleton, Montana’s Secretary of State, during their meeting last week. Stapleton and two staff members spent two days in Philipsburg as part of his “Things That Matter” tour, and participated in a roundtable discussion with Granite County business owners as part of the meeting with the Chamber.
Ray Dagnall, former records warehouse supervisor, has been promoted to be the manager of the Records and Information Management Division as well as the chairman of the board for the State Records Committee at the Montana Secretary of State’s Office.
Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton spent June 26 in Ekalaka learning from local officials and the business community about ways his office can better promote democracy, help commerce thrive and record history for future generations.
MEETING THE DEMANDS
OF A DIGITAL WORLD
As Montana’s Business Officer, Secretary Stapleton is committed to giving the highest support for the small businesses which form the backbone of Montana’s economy.
IMPROVEMENTS ARE INEVITABLE
On the day Secretary Stapleton took office, he started implementing changes to the computer system (SIMS) which serves the 160,000 businesses registering annually.
TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE
Before Secretary Stapleton implemented his new digital services, customers were spending as much as 43 hours a day, collectively, waiting on the phone to be helped.
You cannot manage what you do not measure. The new digital systems put in place make it easier to audit the process of our Montana business services.