Revenue Department Says They Are Working to Reopen Online PFD Application

first_imgThere are reports that some applicants have inadvertently seen personal information belonging to other applicants that already filed for the dividend, according to a release from the Department. Revenue Commissioner Bruce Tangeman: “The online security of all Alaskans continues to be our number one priority. We sincerely apologize to all Alaskans for the technical problems and want Alaskans to know we are working as quickly as possible to correct today’s complications and will have the application live once we are confident these issues are resolved.” The state’s information technology systems are managed by the Alaska Department of Administration. In the release: “Its staff is working with Department of Revenue staff to protect Alaskans personal information and will not reopen the site until they are confident that all personal information submitted online for this year’s dividend is both safe and secure.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska Department of Revenue closed the online application system for the 2019 Permanent Fund Dividend on Tuesday due to technical issues that were preventing applicants from submitting their applications.last_img

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