Learn how integrating verified income data into the verification process can deliver better service and help protect the integrity of social safety net programs including housing assistance.
Equifax leverages The Work Number® database, the largest central source of consolidated employment and income information for use by the private and public sectors.
Verifying an applicant’s employment is vital for program integrity, but doing so can be a time consuming administrative burden. When applicant volume increases, waiting on verifications can create bottlenecks that hinder productivity and open the door to shortcuts and missed steps that undermine you...
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The presentation at the NAHRO Online: 2020 National Conference discussed how integrating employment and income data from The Work Number® into the housing assistance verification process can help you provide better service and protect your program integrity.
Government agencies and their contractors often need to hire and retain responsible people for important roles involving, for example, managing finances, inspecting compliance, and protecting people and critical assets. Employees holding these “positions of trust” often require thorough background i...
The Work Number® database, a service of Equifax, offers a wide range of verification services specifically designed to help meet the additional detail levels required by government agencies and not-for-profits that administer public assistance and self-sufficiency programs such as Child Support, Sup...
Equifax can help generate risk-based insights that support the evaluation of workforce risk with early warning indicators. See first-hand the value of these insights with a complimentary workforce risk assessment.