Although automation is essential to a customer-centric, digital government, not every manual or error-prone process can be fixed with robotic process automation or artificial intelligence, according to a group of government experts.
The Federal Protective Service automated much of the information collection and analysis to identify security-related deficiencies at federal facilities and recommend countermeasure and mitigation measures.
Automation and artificial intelligence present unprecedented opportunities for increased efficiency, system reliability and cost savings in network operations.
Data science and artificial intelligence could help planners, first responders and governments adapt to the huge challenges of climate change.
By adapting a Canadian firm’s blockchain application, Customs and Border Protection will be able to track oil and natural gas shipments along with other imported commodities.
Best in Class recognitions showcase the potential of IoT, advanced analytics and creative public-private partnerships.
Officials in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, are looking to digitize and automate paper-based process at several agencies through the Startup in Residence program.
Recipient Insight automates the aggregation of publicly available data on grant recipients from a variety of sources to predict outcomes and flag potential performance issues.
Henderson, Nev., is using an artificial intelligence solution from Waycare to analyze traffic-related data and predict -- and eventually prevent -- accidents.
After years of maintaining storage space to house boxes full of paper, the Norfolk, Va., Department of IT has digitized its business processes, creating 50 new workflows at half of the city’s 24 departments so far.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services' Intake Process Automation tool digitizes unstructured records and confirms basic information, saving staff from verifying existing records.
The National Science Foundation developed an artificial intelligence tool to match keywords to relevant research expertise in a data lake of NSF’s research proposals and information from external publications and third parties.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Budget and Analysis Group found a way to lighten the budgeting burden through a modernization project called the Consolidated Budget System.
The artificial intelligence-fueled database searches nontraditional companies and experts for answers to emerging technology problems.