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Title 28Chapter IPart 104Subpart G → §104.71


Title 28: Judicial Administration
PART 104—SEPTEMBER 11TH VICTIM COMPENSATION FUND
Subpart G—Measures To Protect the Integrity of the Compensation Program


§104.71   Procedures to prevent and detect fraud.

(a) Review of claims. For the purpose of detecting and preventing the payment of fraudulent claims and for the purpose of assuring accurate and appropriate payments to eligible claimants, the Special Master shall implement procedures to:

(1) Verify, authenticate, and audit claims;

(2) Analyze claim submissions to detect inconsistencies, irregularities, duplication, and multiple claimants; and

(3) Ensure the quality control of claims review procedures.

(b) Quality control. The Special Master shall institute periodic quality control audits designed to evaluate the accuracy of submissions and the accuracy of payments, subject to the oversight of the Inspector General of the Department of Justice.

(c) False or fraudulent claims. The Special Master shall refer all evidence of false or fraudulent claims to appropriate law enforcement authorities.



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