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Christine Gex, Innovation and RPA Lead, DASA-FIM of the U.S. Army, Announced as Panelist for Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Artificial Intelligence Forum on June 13th

Jeff Brody

Christine Gex, Innovation and RPA Lead, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army Financial Information Management (DASA-FIM) of U.S. Army, will be featured as a panelist during Potomac Officers Club’s 2019 Artificial Intelligence Forum on June 13th.

At the event, GovCon leaders from the public and private sector will discuss “Starting Your AI Journey” and the challenges that come with that process. You can register for the event here.

Gex joined DASA-FIM as the Innovation and RPA Lead in Jul 2018. She leads the development, deployment and sustainment of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) programs for two federal agencies as well as the DASA-FIM Innovation team and its RPA initiative.

As a leading innovator within Army Financial Management and Comptroller (FM&C), Gex has been instrumental in reaching across the Department of Defense to create IT infrastructure partnerships to establish pathways for digital workers to join FM workforce's daily workflows.

Prior to her current position, Gex served NASA as an IT specialist between Mar. 2000 and Jul 2018. During her tenure, she spearheaded efforts to provide CAC/PIV level credentials to the federal government’s first RPA robots. In addition, she is an Information Security Certified Authorization Professional (CAP)

Gex graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a Bachelor of Management Information Systems Degree and a Master of Business Administration Degree from William Carey University.

Don’t miss out on the 2019 Artificial Intelligence Forum on June 13th. You can register for the event right here.

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