Each year, government agencies lose billions of dollars due to fraud, waste and abuse. Government agencies tasked with fraud prevention are increasingly turning to geographic information system (GIS) platforms — utilizing maps, geo-enrichment and sophisticated data analytics — to tackle fraud, accurately identify patterns and problem areas and improve organizational efficiency.
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The future of identity proofing in the public sector is more than just verifying individual identities. Government must now use risk-based approaches and mitigation strategies to quickly identity threats and determine the type of fraud before damage is done.
With limited budgets and a dwindling workforce, agencies can’t afford to buy one-off solutions only address single problems. Instead, leaders should recognize that these diverse pressures to reform actually create a single objective to transform operations from the beginning to end of the records management cycle. With that understanding, it’s imperative to seek a single… Read more »
To maintain a healthy work environment, it’s essential to find balance between the conveniences of today’s technology and good, old-fashioned face-to-face conversations.