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But Feds have no money to improve waiting time for vets’ medical care?

Got it.

Via Daily Caller.

Social Security Administration (SSA) officials spent $300 million over an eight-year period developing a new disability case processing software that is useless, according to the SSA Office of Inspector General (IG).

The SSA began in 2008 seeking out alternatives for processing disability cases more efficiently and cost-effectively by combining multiple case management systems into one. Eight years later, what little the agency has developed through contractors is so useless SSA might be better off sticking with its old management systems, the IG found….

SSA didn’t consider sticking with its “legacy” systems when developing a new one became too complicated and costly, the IG said.

“The agency did not fully evaluate all potential alternatives – including whether to discontinue all efforts entirely and continue maintaining legacy systems,” the IG added….


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