Securing and Protecting Social Security Fraud Allegations

Posted by: The Communications Division
DATE:
Monday, June 8, 2015
Data Protection
We take data protection and privacy rights seriously, so everything you submit through our website is fully encrypted.

SSA/OIG Tops Brookings Report on OIGs' Return-on-Investment

Posted by: The Communications Division
DATE:
Friday, June 5, 2015
Return-on-Investment
A Brookings Institution report found when Congress cuts OIG budgets, it costs the government money and contributes to the Federal deficit.

Miami Beach Police, Labor OIG Operation Takes Dangerous Turn

Posted by: The Communications Division
DATE:
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
Arrest
All law enforcement professionals, including OIG special agents, can find themselves in dangerous situations at any time while on duty.

New Medicare Cards Will Not Display Social Security Numbers

Posted by: The Communications Division
DATE:
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Medicare Card
A new Medicare card is coming, one that will no longer display a cardholder’s Social Security number.

College Employee Misuses Student Identities in School Loan Fraud

Posted by: The Communications Division
DATE:
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Student Loan Application
Identity theft can take many forms and affect many people, but it’s especially troubling when it happens to young adults.  

OIG Marks 20 Years of Oversight

Posted by: The Communications Division
DATE:
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
We’re commemorating our 20th anniversary with a special logo and a new OIG history page.

Inspector General Discusses Death Data with “60 Minutes,” Congress

Posted by: The Communications Division
DATE:
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Inspector General Patrick O'Carroll
As explained on TV and on Capitol Hill this week, complex issues surround death reporting on local, state, and Federal levels

Tax Season Reminds Us to Protect Personal Information

Posted by: The Communications Division
DATE:
Monday, March 9, 2015
Taxes
As you gather your W-2 forms and apply for the appropriate credits, it’s become equally important to protect yourself from the emerging threat of tax identity theft.

Phishing Schemes: Emails, Phone Calls, and Texts, Oh My…

Posted by: The Communications Division
DATE:
Friday, February 13, 2015
Email Spam
Someone recently went “phishing” for personal information, but an observant citizen didn’t take the bait and reported the new email scheme.

“20/20” and Disability Fraud: Seeing is Believing

Posted by: The Communications Division
DATE:
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
20/20 Interview
Our investigators pursue many cases of individuals who may exaggerate a disability, or conceal their various work activities from Social Security—or both.

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