The American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) announced the release of the first volume of its Intelligent Automation Playbook. This playbook is designed for agencies considering Robotic Process Automation (RPA), running pilots or accelerating deployment. By automating administrative tasks RPA may also address the shrinking federal workforce and decreasing budgets.
The President’s Management Agenda, Cross-Agency Priority Goal 6 encourages shifting from low-value to high-value work. This imperative challenges agencies to find efficient solutions for administrative processes. These include tasks like data entry, completing forms using information read in a document and extracting then processing data. In addition to improving efficiency, accuracy, auditability and compliance, RPA adoption should reduce cycle time and increase citizen and employee satisfaction.
The playbook addresses implementation from organizational readiness through operating and maturing RPA. The playbook was preceded by the Intelligent Automation Primer, released in January 2019. This is suggested reading for those unfamiliar with intelligent automation and RPA.
The playbook and primer were developed by ACT-IAC’s Intelligent Automation Working Group. Manish Bhatia, from Karsun Solutions Cloud Practice, is a member of the working group. In May he shared his thoughts on the solutions demonstrated at ACT-IAC’s Igniting Innovation event.
Karsun Solutions supports ACT-IAC’s professional development and working group programs. ACT-IAC programs build relationships between government and industry. Like many Karsun team members, Manish is deeply connecting to the IT contracting industry through ACT-IAC. In March, Karsun Solutions spotlighted his involvement in these emerging technology communities.
Manish Bhatia from Karsun Solutions Cloud Practice joins two communities affiliated with the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC.) A non-profit organization, ACT-IAC connects the IT industry with government leaders. Bhatia will join ACT-IAC’s Intelligent Automation Working Group and the Igniting Innovation selection committee.
Bhatia joined the Intelligent Automation Working Group. The group is part of ACT-IAC’s Emerging Technology Community of Interest. Group members are charged with assessing the current state of innovation then creating industry recommendations.
Bhatia was also recently selected to evaluate the nominations for ACT-IAC’s annual Igniting Innovation Conference and Awards. The 2019 conference will be held May 23 at the Renaissance Washington, DC and feature keynotes, panels and talks by senior government leaders. Exhibitors are competitively selected by this committee. The 40 exhibitors represent cutting-edge public sector IT innovations.
Bhatia represents Karsun’s collaborative spirit within the IT contracting industry. Karsun routinely participates in ACT-IAC’s fellowship and professional development programs, both as mentee and mentor. Sudhir Duggineni is a member of the 2019 Voyager Class and Shaunak Ashtaputre was recently selected for the 2019 Partner Class. Additionally, Karsun Chief Operating Officer Terry Miller is the industry chair for ACT-IAC’s Partner Program.
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Karsun Solutions’ Enterprise Modernization Experts are taking to the air on September 21st, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. ET on WFED 1500am. Recording from Federal News Radio’s studio, Karsun Executives Sundar Vaidyanathan, Kartik Mecheri and Terry Miller sat down with host Jason Miller. The thirty-minute Views from the Corner Office program offers a private industry glimpse into public sector contracting. During their interview, the Karsun Solutions leadership team discusses the state of the government contracting space, marketplace trends, and the future of enterprise modernization.
The Innovative Approach to Enterprise Modernization
From their recent founding to rapid growth, the Karsun executives relate an early commitment to establishing an innovative culture. Among their earliest objectives was investing early in dedicated innovation resources while honing the organization’s core capabilities. The team identifies this capabilities first approach to contracting as the key to their success. In the interview they reveal development strategy insights utilizing this approach.
The Future of Robotic Process Automation in Government Modernization
This innovative, capabilities first approach charges Karsun teams with experimenting with emerging technologies. Discussing recent Karsun Innovation Center research, Karsun Co-Founder and Chief Architect Kartik Mecheri takes a deep dive into robotic process automation. He outlines Karsun’s vision for machine intelligence and innovation in the public sector.
Over the course of their thirty-minute interview, the team reveals further insights into their growth process. For more insights from these industry experts tune into WFED at 12:00 p.m. on September 21st. Alternatively, listen live on the 21st at federalnewsradio.com.
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