A single robotic process automation (RPA) bot can save agencies thousands of full-time employee hours every year. Multiply that across more than 100 bots, and then RPA’s full potential is realized.
For government agencies, AI has the potential to be transformative, providing an unprecedented leap in the ability to manage operations, deliver services and support the mission. But like any new technology, AI requires the right platform.
XR could be a game-changer in the workplace for everyone—and specifically the one in four U.S. adults living with a disability. But, there’s a caveat. For XR to make good on its promises, it’s essential that it’s designed to be accessible.
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Agencies need the ability to adjust their services to their consumers’ needs in days or minutes — not months.
An expert in government technology says that data enables several promising tools that agencies can use for mission success.
Robotic process automation (RPA) can modernize government workforces, workers will have more time and freedom to pursue the duties they’re passionate about.
At a recent GovLoop Virtual Summit, we spoke to a federal IT official about how AI is helping with datasets on everything from public transit to road safety.
With campaigns of mass and fake comments plaguing public feedback mechanisms for regulatory agencies, GSA seeks public input on potential solutions.
Agencies can provide a solid data foundation for their AI programs by optimizing data and creating a data governance model.