Deloitte-UiPath Team Deploys Process Automation Systems for US Govt Agencies

A partnership of Deloitte and UiPath has received multiple projects from U.S. government agencies to help automate processes through robotic systems.

Deloitte said Wednesday the team delivers robotic process automation platforms that work to automate agencies’ tasks including new hire onboarding, employee transfer processing, purchase requests, invoice processing and asset management.

RPA systems are also designed to reduce cycle times, support compliance, increase throughput and boost customer experience.

“Over the past 12 months, we have seen consistent marketplace signals that federal agencies are ready to embrace RPA as a way to improve mission delivery,” said Marc Mancher, head of Deloitte’s federal analytics service business.

Deloitte currently works on 17 RPA projects for health, defense and civilian-related federal agencies.

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