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What is RPA?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) automates tasks, not jobs. It is a powerful tool for creating capacity and reducing your organizational workload. This allows you and your team to focus on higher value-add work, while your ‘digital assistants’ perform the standard, repetitive work. Agencies have focused their RPA and AI (artificial intelligence) projects on automating tasks of varying complexity in multiple functional areas. These include: acquisition, finance, human resources (HR), information technology (IT), mission organizations, and security/mission assurance.

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The Benefits of RPA

Robotic Process Automation is a powerful tool with a lot of benefits.
Read more below to learn what those are.


The business of government can be complicated, but RPA can ensure that you can accomplish your objectives in the best way possible.


RPA is evolving at a rapid pace, which means integrating it into your work will allow you to be cutting-edge, as well as continuously improving.


By significantly decreasing the amount of errors made in the process, RPA enables you and your team to perform better and more intelligently.


How many tasks do you and your team perform repeatedly? You can automate those processes and better serve your citizens.


With repeatable tasks being automated through RPA, you & your team are free to focus on other key goals & objectives, while increasing productivity.


What’s so great about standard processes? Scalability. RPA unites and optimizes the disparate processes that don’t best serve your citizens.

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RPA Events

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The State of Intelligent Automation - RPA+AI in State and Local Government

Tuesday, May 11, 2021 (12:30pm-2pm ET)

At all levels of government, the use of AI and RPA can represent a profound change. Automation has the potential to empower agencies with the capabilities to off-load a significant share of the tedious workload to improve service delivery capacity and employee morale.

Hear from innovative state and local government leaders how they began their public service journey and how they have used RPA and AI to improve service delivery to citizens, provide significant organizational cost savings, and increase employee productivity and satisfaction. View Recording

Automate Repeatable Tasks with RPA for State and Local Government

Thursday, January 21, 2021 (11am-Noon ET)

Learn more about Robotic Process Automation (RPA)—from experts like former U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra, former Deputy Secretary of Technology for Virginia and Amplitude9 CEO Anthony Fung , UiPath’s Joel Cherkis, and Jonathan Xavier Ozovek—and how state and local governments can reap rewards. Get a foundational understanding of RPA, learn for RPA is transforming government operations, see how RPA alleviates customer service backlogs, and compliance issues and resource constraints in government projects. Learn more

RPA: Empowering Courts to Tackle Challenges in New Ways

Thursday, January 7, 2021 (11am-Noon ET)

By enabling the courts’ modernization, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can increase service and accessibility for citizens. RPA has the potential to reduce the time needed to complete specific processes, allowing courts to channel their resources into more strategic work. It can also empower courts to increase modernization efforts by extending the life cycles of existing systems. By enabling the courts’ modernization, RPA can increase service and accessibility for citizens. Learn more from Amplitude9 CEO Anthony Fung and courts and justice technology expert Johnnie Gordon, MBA, PMP. Learn more from Amplitude9 CEO Anthony Fung and courts and justice technology expert Johnnie Gordon, MBA, PMP.

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