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RPA in State and Local Government

May, 5, 2021, 2-3 p.m.

This first of its kind coast to coast look at RPA at the state and local level. Closer to citizens, these county leaders understand the true value of automation to provide better, faster, and less expensive services to their citizens. Join us as we discuss RPA with three innovative government employees who are each helping government become more efficient, effective and solve challenges previously too challenging to solve.

RPA in State and Local Government

 

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) just celebrated the fourth anniversary of the first robot to go into production in the federal government (happy birthday to George Washington robot from the NASA Shared Services Center (NSSC)). The adoption of RPA across the government has been nothing short of incredible. State, county, and local governments are starting to show the same rate of adoption. Gartner recently said, “what can (and should) be, will be (eventually) automated.” The COVID-19 pandemic not only accelerated the speed of automation adoption, it allowed innovated local leaders to widen their appreciation of what could be automated.

During this one-hour session we deep dive into the RPA program at three of the largest counties in the United States.  Hear how, why, and when they each decided RPA was the right solution for its internal challenges, how it retrained and reskilled existing employees, and established their initial governance model. Learn about their proof of concept experience, the acceptance of automations by their workforce and how RPA fits into their fully automated enterprise plans.

 Krishna Edathil

Krishna Edathil

Director of Enterprise Solution Services (Cloud/AI) State of Texas

David Brandon

David Brandon

Director of End-User Services at Texas Attorney General

Scott Mastellon

Scott Mastellon

Commissioner at Suffolk County Department of Information Technology

Siva Appavoo

Siva Appavoo

Program Manager, Data Analytics / Artificial Intelligence / Robotic Process Automation, New Jersey Courts (Certified Agile Leader)

Jim Walker

Jim Walker

CTO, Evangelist for Private Sector, UiPath

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