Wilmer Graham: HUD to Implement AI-Based Risk Management Platform

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The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) seeks to accelerate the process for reviewing grant applications through the implementation of an artificial intelligence-based risk management platform, Federal News Network reported Wednesday.

Wilmer Graham, chief risk officer of HUD, told the publication that she expects the Argus system rollout effort to drive the adoption of AI technology in other agency programs.

HUD intends for its new platform to simplify its current labor-intensive process of manually encoding 6,000 worksheets and cut program monitoring time across its grants portfolio by 75 percent.

“The programs can spend more time on actual risk assessment and opportunities to support the grantees. And probably most importantly, remove some of the human subjectivity from the process,” Graham told an Association of Government Accountants’-hosted conference Tuesday.

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