Agenda 2.0?


PINE PLAINS — Will the Board of Education meetings of the future be conducted with paperless agendas?

BoardDocs, a company based out of Atlanta, is betting on it. At the Feb. 16 Board of Education meeting, a representative from the company (participating in a webinar, or Web seminar, from Georgia no less) presented its BoardDocs service, which is reinventing the meeting agenda document as a multi-layered digital file that the company says will reduce reliance on paper and make the government process more efficient.

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