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United States of America - Railroad Retirement Board
Providing Secure Internet Services to the Railroad Community
next few years, the RRB will be implementing comprehensive Internet services
to expand access to information and to permit our customers to conduct
business transactions with appropriate privacy and security safeguards.
The goal of our Main Line Internet Services is to provide
our customers with the option to conduct their business with the RRB online.
If you are uncomfortable conducting business over the Internet, the Board's
network of field offices will still be available to provide in-person
or telephone services.
Request a Main Line Internet
If you want to select a Main Line Internet Service now, return to the Main Line
Additional information on the currently available services can be found
on the Main Line
in the more info links.
These areas can also be accessed for assistance in understanding the services
that are mailed to you.
A Word of Caution on Security
To learn more about what the Railroad Retirement Board is doing to protect
your identity and the information you provide us, please read the section
on Internet Security.
The RRB has taken numerous steps to protect your security, but you also
play a role in maintaining the security of your information by observing
the following suggestions:
You may not always be at your own computer when
you request a service. It is, therefore, important to exit your
browser when you are finished so that others cannot see the information
you have entered.
We strongly recommend that you use the built-in security features
that Web browsers provide. It is important that you enable the
security settings and options that will help protect the privacy of
your personal information. Security settings on your browser vary
depending upon whether you are using a Netscape or Microsoft product,
and by the versions of these browsers. For more information, consult
the Help files of your browser software.