ESRA creates and communicates its public policy based upon a rigorous process that is led by key innovators in the electronic signature and records field, and voted on by the Board of Directors. This section contains a list of each of our Public Policy statements.
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ESRA and the Chamber of Digital Commerce respond to emerging State “Smart Contracts” legislationRead Here
ESRA recognizes the potential benefits of the development, standardization and deployment of blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies.Read Here
An ESRA recommendation to SaaS or cloud-based e-signature service providers ahead of an expected 2019 DOJ Final Rule on the issue of website accessibility regulations.Read Here
ESRA seeks a reversal on the SSA’s prohibition of electronic signatures on form SSA-89.Read Here
The Electronic Signature & Records Association (ESRA) is the premier trade association representing organizations that adopt or provide electronic signature and document technology. Our guiding Policy Principles define what our organization represents and seeks to accomplish.Read Here
ESRA supports and encourages the nationwide adoption of fully paperless real estate transactions that consist of eDisclosures, eTransfers of title to real property and securing title insurance, and, if applicable, creating, delivering, executing, registering, securing, notarizing, recording and storing all mortgage loan documentation electronically.Read Here