The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that it would be awarding a blank purchase agreement (BPA) with a $70 million cap to develop and implement intelligent automation, machine learning (ML), AI, and data analytics.


The BPA was awarded to Brillient Corporation and has a term of one base year and four one-year option periods.


“This BPA expands Brillient’s successful information management and digitalization services to the IRS into the closely related areas of RPA and intelligent automation,” said Brillient VP of Intelligent Solutions Ed Burrows in a press release. “This powerful combination of technology and improved processes will deliver great value to the IRS in efficiency and enhanced taxpayer service,”


The award is the next step in IRS’ digital transformation and improving the agency’s scalable capability. With this new contract, and Brillient, the IRS will receive help with program management, infrastructure, build, and automation delivery tasks under the BPA.


Additionally, Brillient says it will leverage robotic process automation to help IRS achieve Full Spectrum Digital Transformation by combining it with intelligent document processing, AI, and analytics.


“Intelligent and Robotic Automation capabilities are two key components to deploying next-generation government operations and to driving friction-free services to citizens,” said Brillient CDO Richard Jacik. “We are proud to support the IRS’s continued digital transformation with these and Brillient’s other full-spectrum capabilities.”

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Jordan Smith is a MeriTalk Senior Technology Reporter covering the intersection of government and technology.