Saturday, February 28, 2009

Today's Fly Or Die Commerce Report: Stimulus Money Used To Build A New Social Security Data Center

After receiving $1 billion in stimulus money, The Social Security Administration has made the decision to use the money to build a $750 million mega-data center.

According to Information Week, The Social Security Administration has the world's largest compiled electronic health records. However, they are still looking to expand their database.

By upgrading this data center, it might become more feasible for the President to achieve his alleged plan of digitalizing the country's health records.

[SIDEBAR: How Big Brother-like is this Social Security Administration software going to be?]

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