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AF required to correct 15 000 decision after system failure
"The AF is required to correct 15 000 decision after system failure"

"A serious system failure at the employment service have ago 2015 generated erroneous alerts and the decision to withdraw the compensation. Now it is clear that the authority will need to correct over 15 000 decisions, reports SVT News. In addition, a further 15 000 archived suspected errors investigated."

"In the beginning of march, presented the service's director-general Mikael Sjöberg, the timetable for how this should go to, and then stated that everyone affected would receive a decision within two weeks. However, it was only last week that Insurance, to administer the corrections, received a first round of wrong decisions."

"We have handed over a file with 15 657 cases," says Stefan Popovic, director of the public Employment service's customer support, to SVT."

"in Addition to the newly discovered errors, state employment services to current corrected 38 000 incorrect decision then in 2015, but that someone raised the alarm. According to Stefan Popovic, it is because the errors have been of such different character that it was difficult to see the big picture."

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