The data expertise and analytical insight needed to make the right decisions for your community and constituents.
With more than 30 years of experience in data management, we combine data, analytics and software with state and local government expertise to help agencies of all sizes gain a deeper understanding of consumers, businesses, markets and economies. We recognize the unique challenges and increasingly complex needs that state, county and local municipalities face. In partnership with U.S. Communities, we have developed specific offerings to help your agency efficiently achieve mission success.
Experian helps cities, counties and state agencies in the areas of:
With Experian as its single-source provider of accurate, up-to-date data and analytical information, Experian's solutions help public agencies manage:
Provides up-to-date contact data for noncustodial parents
Maximizes recovery efforts with flexibility and minimal cost
Delivers essential data for vetting of potential vendors and contractors
Benefit from consumer credit monitoring and call center support for citizens impacted by a data breach
Verify and update best addresses for voter registration list hygiene
Verify applicant identity and validate financial data for benefits determination, real-time monitoring of credit and financial data, and for continued benefits eligibility
Authenticate new constituents for eServicing, online reauthorization of already registered constituents of eServicing and using knowledge-based out-of-wallet questions
Improve detection of identity theft-based income-tax fraud
Learn more about Experian solutions and the products offered for each of the above solutions.
Experian solutions and expertise makes it possible for state, county and local municipalities to achieve mission success while:
What are the benefits of leveraging Experian's Solutions through the U.S. Communities partnership?
This is a competitively-solicited contract and public agencies will receive our best overall government pricing on industry-leading product and service solutions created specifically to meet the needs of U.S. public-sector clients.
How do I contact Experian if I have questions about signing up, enrolling, activation, pricing or help completing documents?
How long does it take to get Experian Compliance and Membership Department approvals?
Approval takes approximately two to four weeks after we receive your signed Contract Addendum to the Fairfax County, Virginia, Acceptance Agreement.
How do I get training to access client/user reports inside an Experian Solution? Experian will coordinate new client training once an account number has been created for you.
What do I do if my password needs to be reset?
Visit www.experian.com/uscommunities and fill out the form with your request and include your user ID.
Is the US Communities Partners in Innovation Program Public Sector contract competitively-solicited?
Yes - This U.S. Communities sponsored contract was awarded to Experian after the lead public agency, Fairfax County, Virginia, completed a competitive solicitation and thorough evaluation process. Experian's contract is available for nationwide use. For additional contract details, please see our US Communities - County of Fairfax, Virginia Acceptance Agreement or contact Mr. David A. Giza, Contracts Counsel, Experian at email@example.com or call 224-698-8153.
To do business with Experian through the Partners in Innovation Program Public Sector contract, you must be registered as a participating agency with U.S. Communities. There is no cost for membership, no user fees or commitments. U.S. Communities is open to states, state agencies, counties, cities, schools, colleges and universities, non-profit organizations and special districts. If you are already registered, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Experian product and service solutions are competitively priced through the Partners in Innovation Program Public Sector contract. This competitively-solicited U.S. Communities contract assures you receive Experian's best overall government pricing on our broad portfolio of data and software products and service solutions.
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Best practices for protecting your community from fraud and identity theft.
Did you know data breaches reached an all-time high number of 1,093 in 2016? This was a 40% increase over 2015. As online engagement becomes more popular, so does the risk of identity fraud. Join Experian to learn how to prepare for and deliver more e-government services with complete confidence in your protection from fraud and identity theft.