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Bob Genter: SAIC to Help USDA Implement Robotic Process Automation Platforms

Jeff Brody
Bob Genter

Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) has received a five-year contract to help the Department of Agriculture craft a robotic process automation framework and manage the life cycle of RPA tools.

SAIC said Wednesday it aims to increase the accuracy and accelerate processing of USDA's human resources and payment functions with the use of RPA technology.

The company added it will perform bot design, assessment, configuration, test and deployment efforts.

“As part of this new contract, we are leveraging our emerging technology investments to help USDA implement use of robotic process automation, while enabling them to focus more time and resources on supporting America’s agricultural producers," said Bob Genter, executive vice president and general manager of SAIC's civilian markets customer segment.

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