Social Security Administration working on fraud problem, official says
Stephen Dinan of the Washington Times reports on comments made by Sean Brune of the Social Security Administration at a 4/26 House Ways and Means Committee meeting, noting that although estimates of the magnitude of the fraud problem are unavailable, the agency is working on new tools to curb improper payments. Brune spoke to the Committee about steps being taken in the wake of a GAO report stressing the need for better risk management. Read the Times article here…
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