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And how. Whatever SSA is currently using, it was built by the Byzantines, I think.A new facility is being built, but they're taking their sweet time on it. It took them 3 years to find a site and a contractor. And now that they have the contractor, the inevitable construction delays and contract disputes can begin in earnest.
Sorry, meant to leave the source for my comment:http://www.datacenterdynamics.com/focus/archive/2012/01/social-security-data-center-contract-awardedAnd, just for fun:"Data center design for bozos: Social Security’s National Computing Center"http://vburke.wordpress.com/2011/02/17/data-center-design-for-bozos-social-securitys-national-computing-center/
Yes. SSA still has a mainframe, PCOM. SSA has been trying to upgrade it, and had requested money to do so, but Congress denied the request and cut SSA's budget instead...
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