Why don’t they just give Chipotle a no-bid contract to prevent food poisoning at all restaurants?
IRS awards Equifax no-bid contract to verify taxpayer identities and help prevent fraud after huge security breach. https://t.co/ttxsfnR4xr
— Paul Volpe (@pvolpe) October 3, 2017
The IRS will pay Equifax $7.25 million to verify taxpayer identities and help prevent fraud under a no-bid contract issued last week, even as lawmakers lash the embattled company about a massive security breach that exposed personal information of as many as 145.5 million Americans.
A contract award for Equifax’s data services was posted to the Federal Business Opportunities database Sept. 30 — the final day of the fiscal year. The credit agency will “verify taxpayer identity” and “assist in ongoing identity verification and validations” at the IRS, according to the award.
Wait, what? https://t.co/bH7R5VcwTw
— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) October 3, 2017
Guess if anyone knows about fraud it’s Equifax.
— xo (@sirensoIiIoquy) October 3, 2017
It’s the Federal government, nothing they do should surprise any of us anymore.
— We love it!!!!!! (@mapod) October 3, 2017
— Lizzie O'Leary (@lizzieohreally) October 3, 2017
I feel like I’m living in Bizzaro land where everything is backwards.
— Jan Hoblit (@JanHoblit) October 3, 2017
Peak 2017, yup.
i wonder how many of them conveniently dropped their stock right before the info came out, too.
— akitawoo (@denise_inkc) October 3, 2017
Brutal, but hilarious.
Hey, I already may have had my credit record stolen, why not throw in my taxes too?
— Hard a Port! (@ReddishRabbit) October 3, 2017
That’s the spirit!
— spooky sparks ? (@kyliesparks) October 3, 2017
DERP: Chuck Schumer uses Las Vegas shooting to push silencer ban, there’s just ONE problem
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