It was a busy week for executive committee members of ISPLA who walked the halls of Congress, promoted ISPLA-PAC activities, and joined other members who were attending the 28th Intellenet Annual Conference being held in Washington, DC.

ISPLA board member Jim Olsen, of Texas, Psarouthakis of Michigan, and ISPLA Director of Government Affairs, Hulme, of New York , attended the April 13, 2011 hearing on “The Role of Social Security Numbers in Identity Theft” held before the House Committee on Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Security chaired by Rep. Sam Johnson [R-TX- 3]. Hulme had previously testified before this same subcommittee on SSN-use issues associated with ID Theft. Testifying witnesses appeared on behalf of the Office of Administration and the Inspector General of the Social Security Administration, and the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection of the Federal Trade Commission.


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