Social Security Numbers: Transfers and Sales of Public Records That May Contain Social Security Numbers (GAO-08-1004SP, September 2008), an E-supplement to GAO-08-1009

Types of Public Documents Available

10.
Which types of documents that may contain full or partial social security numbers has your office made available either in bulk or remotely through a subscription service or web site since January 1, 2007? Please include documents recorded prior to January 1, 2007 if they were provided to a requester after that date.
(Check one for each document type.)
    Both in bulk and remotely In bulk only Remotely only Neither Not available in my office No response
10a.
Mortgage records
10b.
Real property transfer records
10c.
Real or personal property lien records
10d.
Real property ownership records
10e.
Federal or state tax liens
10f.
Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filings
10g.
Records related to criminal proceedings (e.g., pleadings, filings, rulings)
   

    Both in bulk and remotely In bulk only Remotely only Neither Not available in my office No response
10h.
Records related to civil proceedings (e.g., pleadings, filings, rulings)
10i.
Records of judgments
10j.
Records of orders
10k.
Probate, estate, or inheritance records (e.g., pleadings, filings, rulings)
10l.
Traffic records (e.g., pleadings, filings, rulings)
10m.
Child support or custody records (e.g., pleadings, filings, rulings)
10n.
Military Discharge Records
   

 
10p. What other types of public records, if any, that may contain social security numbers does your office make available?

11.
Has your office redacted or truncated (shortened to display fewer digits) any FULL social security numbers on records you make available in bulk or remotely through a subscription service or web site?
(Check only one answer.)
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12.
Does your office currently plan to redact or truncate any FULL social security numbers in the records it makes available?
(Check only one answer.)
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