Systems design (61 - 65 of 65 items)
ADP Systems: SSA Efforts in Implementing Its Field Office Modernization
IMTEC-89-45: Published: May 17, 1989. Publicly Released: May 17, 1989.
GAO reviewed the Social Security Administration's (SSA) field office modernization project to: (1) evaluate the project's status; and (2) assess how modernization is affecting field operations.GAO found that: (1) SSA spent about $148 million to modernize computer equipment in 1,300 field offices; (2) SSA met its initial field office hardware installation schedule; (3) SSA redesigned portions of it...
ADP Modernization: IRS' Tax System Redesign Progress and Plans for the Future
IMTEC-88-23BR: Published: Apr 27, 1988. Publicly Released: Jun 1, 1988.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO provided information on the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) Tax System Redesign, focusing on the: (1) redesign's plans and initiatives; and (2) oversight agencies' comments and concerns.GAO found that IRS: (1) initiated the redesign in 1982 to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its automatic data processing systems for tax administration; (2) purs...
ADP Modernization: IRS' Redesign of Its Tax Administration System
IMTEC-88-5FS: Published: Nov 9, 1987. Publicly Released: Dec 10, 1987.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) Tax System Redesign, a major effort to overhaul the tax administration system, focusing on the: (1) need for the redesign; (2) progress of and future plans for the redesign; and (3) redesign's past and estimated future costs.GAO found that: (1) redesign objectives include use of state-of-the-art computers and te...
Computer Technology at IRS: Present and Planned
GGD-83-103: Published: Sep 1, 1983. Publicly Released: Sep 1, 1983.
GAO examined the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) computer operations, as well as planned replacements, improvements, and additions to its computer resources, as of July 1983.IRS processed over 170 million tax returns and collected about $632 billion in tax revenues in fiscal year 1982. GAO stated that, without computers, these activities would have been virtually impossible. Computers, teleproces...
Better Management Needed in Automating the Federal Judiciary
GGD-81-19: Published: Apr 2, 1981. Publicly Released: Apr 2, 1981.
The Federal Judicial Center is developing and implementing computer-based systems, collectively known as Courtran, to automate various activities of Federal courts. GAO reviewed some of the Center's systems development and transfer practices, the need for increased Center-Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts coordination, and the plans to automate the Federal judiciary.The Federal Judicial Cen...