New this week in the Journal of Homeland Security

In “Establishing a Comprehensive Antifraud Plan for FEMA,” Quin Lucie argues that FEMA has no scalable, integrated plan to combat fraudulent disaster assistance claims and the external misuse, waste, and abuse of its property during disaster operations and while providing assistance. Reductions in the fraudulent and improper payments under just the Individual Assistance Program for a disaster the size of Hurricane Katrina (approximately 2.5 million applications for individual assistance) could save FEMA and U.S. taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars.

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