05 Apr '11, 10am

GrowSmartBusiness: Government Rolls Out Pilot Worker Verification Program #li

In March, the government rolled out a voluntary pilot program that allows individuals in the District of Columbia, Virginia, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho and Mississippi to use a system provided by Equifax to verify their identity. After their identify is verified, users access a federal database to verify that they’re authorized to work in the U.S. The program will be expanded nationwide in the coming months.

Full article: http://www.networksolutions.com/smallbusiness/2011/04/gov...

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