A form is a tool to get a job done. It performs a function in work communication. The end result of any job is only as good as the tools used in performing the work. A form usually does one or more of three things: it initiates an action, it records a transaction, or it reports something.
The Century Code definition of a form is found in Section 54-44.6-02: "Form" means any document designed to record information, and containing blank spaces and which may contain headings, captions, boxes or other printed or written devices to guide the entry and interpretation of the information. A form typically does one or more of three things: it initiates an action, records a transaction, or reports something.
The Forms Management Program is responsible for maintaining quality state forms. This includes maintaining the state form numbering system, maintaining design standards for state forms quality, designing forms that meet the needs of our customers, eliminating duplicate and bootleg forms, and reviewing and analyzing all forms used in state government.