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Effective on May 9, 2022 (see Federal Register notice 87 FR 17951 (March 29, 2022)), we are permitting agencies to use digital signatures on SF 312 that meet certain requirements. Digital signatures are one type of e-signature. Agencies cannot use any other type of e-signature on the SF 312.
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Effective on May 9, 2022 (see Federal Register notice 87 FR 17951 (March 29, 2022)), we are permitting agencies to use digital signatures on SF 312 that meet certain requirements. Digital signatures are one type of e-signature. Agencies cannot use any other type of e-signature on the SF 312.
Effective on May 9, 2022 (see Federal Register notice 87 FR 17951 (March 29, 2022)), we are permitting agencies to use digital signatures on SF 312 that meet certain requirements. Digital signatures are one type of e-signature. Agencies cannot use any other type of e-signature on the SF 312.
licensee, grantee, or other non-Government organization, acting as a designated agent of the United States, may witness the execution of the SF 312 by another non-Government employee, and may accept it on behalf of the United States. Also, an employee.
licensee, grantee, or other non-Government organization, acting as a designated agent of the United States, may witness the execution of the SF 312 by another non-Government employee, and may accept it on behalf of the United States. Also, an employee.
Effective on May 9, 2022 (see Federal Register notice 87 FR 17951 (March 29, 2022)), we are permitting agencies to use digital signatures on SF 312 that meet certain requirements. Digital signatures are one type of e-signature. Agencies cannot use any other type of e-signature on the SF 312.

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