Thursday, January 9, 2014

Use of electronic sign-in for most Senate committees & new features

For the 2014 Legislative Session, most Senate committees will continue to use the Electronic Committee Sign-In Program.  Those wishing to sign-in for a bill may do so on the day of the hearing by: 
  • Using a web-enabled device (laptop, tablet, or smart phone), navigate to while on campus and connected to the Legislature’s WSLPublic wireless internet network; or 
  • Accessing one of the public sign-in kiosks located in the Cherberg building main hallway, each Senate hearing room, or the 1st floor of Pritchard and Legislative buildings.
    Note: If the committee's name does not appear in the sign-in program, go to the hearing room to sign-in on the paper sheets
A new feature beginning in 2014 will allow you to create an optional account that stores your sign-in information & history.  Accounts are only accessible by using a web-enabled device, and are not available at the kiosks. 

A demonstration of the sign-in program, including new features, will be given on January 13 and 15, at 1:00 p.m. in Senate Hearing Room 3.

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