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RPA Roadshow held on F.E. Warren

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  • By Airman 1st Class Landon Gunsauls
  • 90th Missile Wing Public Affairs

For weeks, Airmen and civilians have been working on automated programs that make everyday tasks that typically take hours, take only a matter of minutes. This group of Airmen presented their progress during a robotics process automation roadshow, Oct. 27, 2022 on F.E. Warren Air Force Base.

Over the course of a week, Airmen and civilians across F.E. Warren attended a training and RPA roadshow intent on building their skills and improving their automation programs for implementation across the wing and Air Force Global Strike Command.

"Airmen spend hours conducting monotonous tasks that they could be spending on more productive responsibilities," said 1st Lt. Alec Stewart, roadshow organizer. "This training focused on ways that these Airmen can automate repetitive processes, or at least parts of those processes, to save them time for more valuable efforts."

From automated Defense Travel System form checkers to laundry intake programs, the innovation on display saves wing personnel hours upon hours of monotonous work.

"General Brown has tasked us all with innovative thinking and accelerating change," said Stewart. "In my opinion, automation efforts like these are in line with the directive given to us by the Chief of Staff of the Air Force."