Discover risk assessment solutions designed to enable efficient public service
Whether federal, state or local agency, public safety or educational organization, TransUnion’s suite of mission-critical solutions provides the public sector with vital information and an unmatched combination of credit and non-credit data to help ensure citizen safety, manage compliance and boost services for constituents served. Our comprehensive and unique sets of credit, criminal and public data, coupled with flexible analytics, help agencies detect and prevent cyber fraud, and make connections between people, businesses, assets and locations.
Our experience has given us a deep understanding of the challenges facing your organization, your service requirements, and the factors that impact your daily operations.
A group committed to adding perspective and insight into the unique needs of the public sector
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We provide the information you need to operate more confidently, securely and efficiently while controlling costs.
Our identity authentication solutions help you better detect and prevent cyber fraud
Helping to enable civilian, defense and intelligence agencies manage program expectations and mission-critical requirements with our comprehensive public and proprietary data sources.
Our unique data, coupled with the right analytics, can help agencies at all levels — state, city or county — fight fraud, ensure program integrity and deliver the best user experience for the constituents they serve.
Equipping law enforcement and public safety organizations with the right data, tools, resources and insight to ensure citizen safety and combat threats.
Offering Revenue ProtectionTM solutions that are HIPAA compliant to support government organizations and improve the medical care of veterans, active military members and their families.
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