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Federal Employeesäó» Compensation Act: Preliminary Observations on Fraud-Prevention Controls
Gregory D. Kutz (au)
According to the Dept. of Labor (Labor), in FY 2010 about 251,000 federal and postal employees and their survivors received wage-loss compensation, medical and vocational rehab. services, and death benefits through the Fed. Employeesäó» Compensation Act (FECA) program. Administered by Labor, the FECA program provides benefits to federal employees who sustained injuries or illnesses while performing their federal duties. Laboräó»s Office of Workersäó» Compensation Programs (OWCP) estimated that future actuarial liabilities for governmentwide FECA compensation payments to those receiving benefits as of FY 2011 would total nearly $30 billion. In 2010, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Inspector Gen. (IG) reported that USPS alone had more than $12 billion of the $30 billion in estimated actuarial FECA liabilities. In April 2011, USPS had removed 476 claimants from the program based on disability fraud since Oct. 2008 and recovered more than $83 in judgments. This report provides preliminary observations on FECA fraud-prevention controls and discusses related prior work conducted by federal agencies. This is a print on demand report.
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