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Bill Would Stop Government From Paying Dead People

Congress wants to eliminate tens of millions of dollars wasted annually on benefits payments to the deceased.

Social Security Administration CIO Needs Stronger Authority, Watchdog says

The agency’s top tech official weighs in on budget and information security processes but has little role in other mandated responsibilities.

Government Should ‘Stop Pretending’ Your Social Security Number is Secret

Cyber experts want Congress to explore different ways to prove people’s identities.

Social Security Numbers Are Unsafe and Outdated. So Why Do Americans Use Them?

The form of identification has become dangerously risky to use in the digital age.

What Are You Looking At? Social Security Wants To Know

The agency is looking for eye-tracking technologies to improve the user experience on its websites.

Federal CIO: IT Upgrade Fund is ‘Single Biggest Opportunity’ to Make Dent in Legacy IT

Over the next three years, more than $3 billion worth of federal IT investments will reach end-of-life, Tony Scott says.

Social Security Wants to Know What its Customers Want -- Before They Do

To some, the thought of a government agency anticipating the needs of its customers is Orwellian at best.

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