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Types of policies
Internal Policy

Whether you're converting a single paper process or are fundamentally transforming your organization, you will need to guide your employees, suppliers, constituents and relying parties in adapting to this new channel. The process of implementing any electronic solution will require answers to many questions that have never come up before, such as:

What documents will we sign electronically?
What documents will we accept electronically?
How do we authenticate electronically signed and stored records?
Whose workflow will we acknowledge in a multi-party transaction?
How do we control when and how we create a digital workflow?
How will we retain and preserve electronic records?

Digital policies are essential to addressing risks and uncertainties that come with any major shift in operating dynamics. Decisions made with respect to digital policy have far-reaching consequences.


K6 Partners provides guidance on how to design, develop, and implement digital transaction services, not only as an organizational capability but also as a strategic asset. The service strategy of any State Agency must be grounded upon a fundamental acknowledgement that its constituents do not consume products; they contact State Agencies to satisfy particular needs. Therefore, to be successful, digital transactions must be perceived by constituents as sufficient value in the form of outcomes that the public wants to achieve. State Agencies use K6 Digital Policy Design services to set objectives and expectations of cost, performance towards serving the public, alignment with business functions, and to identify, select, and prioritize opportunities. K6 Partners assembles, analyzes, and evaluates data to make appropriate and well-reasoned recommendations and decisions to support the business stakeholders and the project team. 


Policy guidance for your digital journey

IT Business Analysis
  • Workflow definition & ownership

  • Privacy & Data Security

  • Compliance

  • Handling outliers

  • Record integrity

  • Audit readiness

  • More>>

E-Signature Policy
  • Required components

  • Records management

  • Definitions and outcomes

  • Policy drafting and communication

  • More>>


Technology Procurement
  • Authentication requirements

  • Risk mitigation strategies

  • Best practices


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Risk Assessment & Business Analysis

Often the first step in digital transformation is the conversion of internal workflows to electronic processes. Considered by many as merely "paving the cow path", the process of implementing any electronic solution will require policy decisions that will shape your approach across the organization.


The K6 Digital Policy Design project team will help you:


  • Get a 360 degree view of your organization and span the divide between digital transformation strategy and tactical execution.

  • Assess the strength of digital initiatives already in place,  recognize gaps and propose solutions.

  • Identify specific business outcomes and map the architectural framework necessary to achieve success.

  • Discover global and regulatory compliance issues and ensure alignment.

  • Determine organization and stakeholder readiness, ensuring the right people are in place to achieve success.

  • Evaluate barriers and risks, provide alternative scenarios for optimal outcomes.

  • Identify hot spots within the organization that will maximize opportunities for success.

Transaction Policy

Electronic Signature Policy

Engaging with outside parties involves a different set of opportunities and risks. To maximize the benefits of going digital, organizations need to identify and confront issues that are likely to arise when transactions are challenged.  


Using a time-tested, comprehensive methodology, K6 Partners will prescribe and test for critical elements of valid and enforceable transactions, including:


  • Authentication

  • Consent

  • Agreements, notices and disclosures

  • Electronic signatures

  • Record retention and access

Acceptance Policy

Technology Assessment & Procurement

Your organization now has a well-documented policy for creating electronic documents and managing your digital transactions. But what happens when you receive an electronic document from someone else? What is your standard for accepting that digital document or relying on an electronic signature?

K6 Partners will employ industry best practices to:


  • Design transaction profiles that reflect your organization's own risk mitigation standards

  • Develop customized assessment tools to apply your criteria to incoming transactions

  • Provide policy communication tools to cultivate professional levels of trust and expectations with transaction partners and regulators

Qualifications & Experience

Functional Analysis: Helping an organization to improve the way in which it conducts its IT functions and activities in order to reduce overall costs, provide more efficient use of scarce resources, and better support its customers.

Needs Assessment: Working with Purchaser to fully understand the customer's business needs, identifying the IT solution that best meets those needs, and then designing the stream of processes to meet those needs.

Business Process Improvement: Developing business process improvement (BPI) as a key strategy and a management tool to promote the effective use of technology throughout the organization, capable of supporting the organization’s vision, mission, goals and objectives.

Business subject knowledge: Significant background knowledge of digital transformation and electronic signature issues contribute to efficient requirements gathering.

Requirements Analysis: Working collaboratively with Purchaser to identify business and technical requirements.

Feasibility: Analysis around how realistic the requirements are in terms of effort, time, costs.

Relevance: Understand the purpose served by individual requirements in relation to larger business and/or project goals.

Data: Identifying what data the business currently has, and which of them need to be carried over into the new systems and/or analysis around what can be achieved with the data in a new system.

Techniques: Collection and document requirements using UML, process flows, use cases, interview skills, workshop facilitation, and investigation of current state (existing systems and/or processes).

Synthesis: Ability to assemble, analyze and evaluate data and to be able to make appropriate and well-reasoned recommendations and decisions to support the business stakeholders and the project team.

Communication: World class oral and written communication 

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