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MDOT Digital Signature Program
On Jan. 26, MDOT began using a cloud-based digital signature solution called OneSpan. OneSpan is an industry-leading security and e-Signature solution being used across all State of Michigan agencies.
There are two types of user accounts in OneSpan:
- Initiator: A user who can initiate/send transactions, which allows them to log in and upload documents, set them up for signatures, and send to the appropriate recipients. Initiators may also sign documents. Initiators will need to create an account in the OneSpan system.
- Signer: A user who signs documents that are sent to them. Signers do not initiate documents and do not need to set up accounts. They will simply receive e-mails when a document needs their signature.
If you will need to be an initiator in OneSpan, apply for a Digital Signature Account.
Need help? Contact MDOT-eSign@Michigan.gov.
DocuSign Signature Appliance
MDOT is transitioning from the DocuSign Digital Signature Appliance (DSA) to OneSpan. DSA will no longer be available after July 31.
ProjectWise users will continue to use DocuSign applications to sign documents until the second OneSpan release on April 6, which will include a ProjectWise integration. Any documents in process that have been signed with DocuSign will need to be completed using DocuSign, but most new documents that do not involve ProjectWise should now be digitally signed using OneSpan.
If you need to sign documents using DocuSign during the transition to OneSpan, please note this when submitting your request for an account (Form 2122) and we will provide you with access to the DocuSign applications.