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Eligibility Assurance FrameworkSM

The role of advanced data and analytics in ensuring eligibility program integrity

Experian’s Eligibility Assurance FrameworkSM offers government agencies decisioning support across the entire eligibility lifecycle. Designed with the utmost flexibility in its components, a full range of agency needs is supported.

Most government agencies are required to make eligibility decisions to support their respective programs: Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Subsidized Housing, and many others. In order to properly serve their constituents, these agencies must balance efficiencies with accuracy. While making determinations to get constituents the aid they need in a timely manner, agencies must also assure that the limited funds reach the appropriate constituents.

With constrained monetary and human resources in addition to fraudsters growing sophistication, improper government payments reach billions of dollars each year. This makes it critical for government agencies to leverage sophisticated data and analytic tools to help them operate more efficiently and better manage risk while maximizing program reach.


Investing in Experian’s Eligibility Assurance Framework  will equip government agencies to efficiently evaluate benefit applicants and ensure that benefits are paid only to those that are eligible throughout the life of the benefit payments.  By reducing improper payment of benefits, agencies will have more resources available to allocate to those in true need.   

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