Forms specialist UWI.Com, which ported its universal forms description language (UFDL) to extensible markup language (XML) in August (CI No 3,476), has released its first XFDL-based products only a little later than planned. With InternetForms Viewer 4.0.4 Gold and InternetForms Designer 1.1.1 Gold, people and organizations can create, complete and distribute complex business forms on the internet. UWI.Com’s biggest recent win, though, is getting picked along with VeriSign for a pilot program for the US Internal Revenue Service. The IRS wants to enable digitally signed, paperless filing of tax returns over the internet. If the pilot proves a success, taxpayers might just end up filing their returns with XFDL.