Last year I got a Smart ID which I would be able to track my time and have access to my computer. Why issue them to employees if the system is not ready yet? Give us the cards when we are ready to use them it is a waste of time and money to issue these cards if it is unknown if we are going to use them
Have one standard ID card for ALL Agencies of the Federal Government. This ID would be a "Super Smart ID" you could get into any Government building with. You could also have electronic access to any buliding if you have permission to do so. This would save money and labor when an employee changes Agencies they would not need a new ID.
Social Security Numbers are not for identification purposes. However, utilities, banks, and department stores use it for identification as a matter of policy. One disgruntled employee can snatch thousands of numbers. We should find companies that choose to ignore this rule and use the funds to offset ID Theft programs at FTC.
When I use things or gain access to places it should be recording where and when. This would give my boss an idea of what I do and where I do it. It would show what I use and how much. This data... more »
WE carry smart IDs because they are efficient in information management. For transient claimants such an ID would be invaluable. Many man hours and developement time could be saved. It would also help with ID requirements for some seniors.
Add a three or four digit number on the back of a Beneficiaries Medicare card. The number would be required to bill Medicare. Use this number just like the CC companies do to confirm purchases.
Implementing this Idea would lower Medicare fraud and save millions.