Identity Intelligence: An enabler to fighting fraud and serving the public during COVID-19

Government programs are a prime target for sophisticated fraud schemes that are becoming increasingly well-organized, and the COVID-19 crisis has crystallized how quickly the demand for public services can escalate and strain resources. Many government agencies struggle to maintain operational controls while ensuring approved beneficiaries receive the resources they’re entitled to. This results in cumbersome verification processes. Time-consuming, manual agency reviews. And additional burdens on applicants to furnish information and documents they may not have at hand due to transience or upheaval in their normal daily lives.

To continue forward as “pro-people, anti-fraud” and better serve program participants while progressively defending against costly fraud attacks, government agencies need the best available intelligence about identities, the connections between them and associated risks.

A better way forward. Join us for this virtual panel discussion to listen to LexisNexis® Risk Solutions experts and former government program integrity leaders discuss the challenges they are seeing in Government right now and how solutions including vast data networks, and sophisticated identity authentication and fraud detection tools can enable your agency to:

  • Quickly and confidently verify consumer identities
  • Increase consumer access to services and speed benefits delivery through convenient digital channels
  • Proactively address potential risks
  • Reduce customer friction associated with traditional verification activities
  • And more

Invited to speak:

Justin Hyde
Sr. Director Market Planning,
Government Civilian Markets
  Andrew McClenahan
Solutions Architect and former Director,
Office of Public Benefits Integrity at Florida Department of Children and Families
  Marta Jensen
Government Healthcare Consultant and former Chief,
Program Integrity for State of Nevada Division of Health Care and Financing & Policy (Medicaid)


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