According to CNN, The Pentagon is investing $2 billion into artificial intelligence. Do you have the latest IA for Government information and technology at your fingertips? Enjoy a jam-packed 2 days of sessions from government official leaders in the process automation industry from:
- U.S. Small Business Administration
- Department of Health and Human Services
- Department of Homeland Security
- Office of Management and Budget
- National Archives and Records Administration, and many more!
Interactive discussion groups, giving you the ability to network with your like-minded peers, all attending to gain a better understanding of process automation in the workplace. Round-table discussion where we offer a casual and informal conversations between yourself and personal 1-1’s with government officials, and much more!
Join us at Process Automation for Government, taking place this May 29-30 in Washington D.C.
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Host Francis Rose explores some of the key issues on robotic process automation (RPA) for government agencies. This program focuses on areas where RPA makes sense in government, how the RPA field will change the way people interact with federal agencies and best practices for deployment at a small scale or on the enterprise level.
Appearing on this program with Francis Rose, Government Matters Thought Leadership Network:
- Mike Wetlow, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, National Science Foundation (NSF)
- Joe Incorvia, Director, Command Operations and Digital Acceleration Team, NAVAIR
- Kirke Everson, Lead Principal, Government Intelligent Automation, KPMG
- Justin “Doc” Herman, U.S. Emerging Citizen Technology Office, General Services Administration (GSA)
- Drew Morgan, Deputy Assistant of the Army, Financial Information Management
- Jim Walker, Director, Public Sector Marketing, UiPath
- Pam Wolfe, Enterprise Services Division Chief, NASA Shared Services Center
- Marisa Schmader, Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Fiscal Accounting, BFS
- Sarah Sampson, Customer Success Manager, Public Sector, UiPath
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The President's proposed FY 2018 budget includes $54 billion in cuts to federal departments and a corresponding increase in defense and military spending. The budget is set in line with the goals of the M-17-22 Memo, requesting the decrease and elimination of funding for many programs across the Federal government. Starting in February 2018, OMB will begin tracking progress on the Governmentwide Reform Plan. This infographic focuses in on how the changes are impacting seven agencies.
The FY 2019 Federal Process Automation Budget At-A-Glance
Cap Goal #6 of the President’s Management Agenda, “Shifting From Low-Value To High-Value Work,” emphasizes the use of RPA and other business process automation tools to reduce the burden of low-value activities and redirect resources to accomplishing mission outcomes that matter most to citizens.
In this infographic, we provide a rundown of which government agencies are expected to invest in new back-office transformation solutions in 2019 and how leading-edge organizations are already testing, deploying and reaping the benefits of next-generation tools such as RPA, blockchain and artificial intelligence.
- $45.775 Billion = Total Federal IT Spending
- $6.8 Billion = Total IT Budget
- $4.3 Billion = Department of Veteran Affairs Total IT Budget
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