Kirke Everson says intelligent automation offers untapped potential for government agencies.
By Matt Weiss
Nearly a quarter of the Health and Human Services (HHS) respondents are interested in implementing IA, yet 34% said their agency has not implemented it while a whopping 57% of HHS respondents said they are very unfamiliar with blockchain.
That’s according to a new study whose findings came as no surprise to Kirke Everson, KPMG’s Intelligent Automation leader for government.
Everson advises many government agencies about how intelligent automation can help improve efficiencies by taking on mundane task while allowing workers to focus on tasks.
Everson is a respected voice on a wide range of business topics and is especially knowledgeable about:
Kirke Everson is a managing director in KPMG's federal advisory practice and is the lead for intelligent automation in government. He has more than 17 years of management consulting experience focusing on technology enablement, program management, process improvement, cybersecurity, risk management and financial management.