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Carahsoft to Offer TransUnion Risk Mgmt Tool to Public Sector; Michael Shrader Comments

Michael Shrader
Michael Shrader

TYSONS CORNER, VA, November 25, 2015 — Carahsoft Technology will offer TransUnion‘s TLOxp investigative and risk management tool to government agencies via its Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement contract with NASA, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

TransUnion said Monday the agreement works to provide agencies access to a tool designed to detect and prevent fraud and other threat activity.

“We look forward to working with the TransUnion team to drive demand for their products throughout the public sector market place, ” said Michael Shrader, vice president of emerging technologies at Carahsoft.

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