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Using RPA to Help Effectively Decommission a Critically Important Legacy System

Using RPA to Help Effectively Decommission a Critically Important Legacy System

GSA IAE was facing a significant challenge retiring the legacy Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) reports module. The GSA IAE program determined that modernization was essential to improving the UI/UX of users and decreasing program costs. The program faced a myriad of challenges with modernizing its beta.SAM.gov website. REI developed a Reports Migration Automation Framework (RMAF) to solve the modernization and migration challenges faced by GSA IAE.
Increasing Speed and Services for Victims of Human Trafficking

Increasing Speed and Services for Victims of Human Trafficking

REI helped OTIP-ACF agency developed an innovative solution that would provide long-term benefits with a new Case Management System (CMS). OTIP-ACF's mission is to provide leadership, partnership, and support services to victims. In 2018, the agency received three times as many requests than any previous years. This surge in demand, combined with a cumbersome process model across several federal agencies, led ACF to the decision to modernize its IT—specifically the case management system it uses to manage information and services for victims of trafficking.
Improving Management of D.C. Department of Health Public Funds with GovGrants

Improving Management of D.C. Department of Health Public Funds with GovGrants

The DC DoH is responsible for compliance with all federal and DC government laws, regulations, and mandates for receiving funds, spending them appropriately, and adhering to standards for delivering services. The agency found that managing of public funds using a web of homegrown systems, myriad spreadsheets, and countless folders was incredibly challenging. To help the DC DoH operate more efficiently, REI was tasked with developing an enterprise-level system used by multiple components, which led to greater economies of scale, enhanced coordination, increased standardization, and the ability to holistically manage risk across grant programs.