Robotic process automation as a way of improving operations and freeing people’s time up for higher value work has taken hold at the General Services Administration’s Office of the Chief Financial Officer.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency or DARPA, has launched a project to help advance semiconductor technology in the United States. It is teaming up with the non-profit Semiconductor Research Corporation and academia to work on seven specific chip technologies.
Alan Thomas, the former commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at the General Services Administration and an operating advisor to Enlightenment Capital, explains how agencies can get out from under a growing mound of technical debt.
Federal organizations like the Defense Department and agencies in the intelligence community manage large volumes of highly sensitive information. To protect that data, they operate classified networks that must meet specific cybersecurity guidelines.
For government agencies conscientious of creating a work environment that encourages long-term employee commitment and fuels career advancement, deploying automation technology in the workplace will be crucial.