AI in Public Sector

Recorded on March 5, 2021


Erica Thomas
RPA Program Manager, United States Department of Defense
Andrea Kadish
Director, Data Analytics and Technology, Office of the CPO, Internal Revenue Service
Meikle "Botman" Paschal
RPA Program Manager, United States Customs and Immigrations Services
Anthony J. Tuozzo
The Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller, Palm Beach County, Florida
James Walker
Public Sector CTO and Evangelist, UiPath
The Speaker
Technical Customer Success Manager, UiPath

Governmental institutions have long been under pressure to provide fast, efficient, and effective services. The global pandemic has compounded the need for improved services and innovation. Before COVID-19, robotic process automation (RPA) was an emerging technology that reduced tedious, repetitive, yet necessary work in service to citizens.

During the pandemic, governments everywhere have worked to flatten the curve of COVID-19, watching a curve of work grow. These unprecedented times demanded immediate attention and unconventional solutions.

Watch the recording of the conversation between Jim Walker, Public Sector CTO and Evangelist at UiPath, and government RPA and artificial intelligence (AI) practitioners that accepted the challenge.

Webinar highlights:

  • Creating a culture of innovation allows for easier adoption of RPA and AI
  • Collaboration in the U.S. Department of Defense reduces bureaucratic barriers
  • No one wants to learn the hard way: best practices of adopting and scaling RPA and AI

Hear from the Internal Revenue Service, Department of Defense, Customs and Immigration Services, and Palm Beach County Florida, as they explain how their RPA programs allowed them to build capacity for governments to better serve citizens and the mission.

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