Bringing Big Data to the Fight Against Benefits Fraud – NYTimes.com


Last month, for instance, state officials in North Carolina announced the discovery of a new kind of unemployment scheme there. With the help of SAS data integration and analytics software, the state’s Division of Employment Security identified more than 100 fictitious employers that had reported wages and paid taxes to the state for imaginary employees — and then filed 672 fraudulent unemployment claims.

via Bringing Big Data to the Fight Against Benefits Fraud – NYTimes.com.

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