Senior Advisor, Enterprise Digitalization at Internal Revenue Service
Sept. 2019 AI in Government – Mitchell Winans, IRS
September 26, 2019
(US East Coast Time)
Special Speaker: Mitchell D. Winans, Special Assistant Office of the Chief Procurement Officer, Internal Revenue Service
"The Future for Federal Procurement: Robotic Process Automation (RPA) at IRS"
This month’s presenter is Mitchell Winans from IRS. He will share how robotic process automation (RPA) offers the potential to dramatically increase the efficiency of federal procurement work. Several agencies, including IRS, are testing and using these technologies to modernize the acquisition workplace by leveraging federal data and robotic process automation tools to drive decision-making and shift focus to higher-value work. Come listen to how the IRS is doing, what they have learned, ask them questions, and share your ideas.
About AI in Government:
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8:00-8:30pm: Wrap-up and networking
About the Speaker:
Mitch Winans is a Special Assistant in the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Office of the Chief Procurement Officer. In this role, he is responsible for managing strategic planning and stakeholder relations for an organization with over 300 employees and a $2.5B annual procurement portfolio, and advising leadership on organizational development, process improvements, and customer engagement. Prior to joining the IRS, Mitch was an Industry Liaison at the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) under the Department of Commerce and helped the newly-formed agency establish its procurement organization and small business program. Before coming to FirstNet, he served in various roles at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). As the Strategic Communications Liaison in the DHS Office of the Chief Procurement Officer, Mitch counseled leadership on effective communications strategies and managed the spread of procurement information to industry, Congress, the media, the DHS acquisition workforce, and other DHS components.
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- Accenture Federal Services
- Achievion Solutions
- Blue Prism
- Booz Allen Hamilton
and Thank You to our venue host GWU
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