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Monitoring Avoiding Fraud and Abuse in Disaster Reconstruction Efforts

Avoiding Fraud and Abuse in Disaster Reconstruction Efforts

October 30, 2017 Kenneth C. Citarella

Unfortunately, massive recovery efforts contain the seeds of their own failures, presenting fertile opportunity for fraud, waste and abuse. The combination of immense human suffering and destruction on a vast scale creates a need for a recovery which is both fast and effective; in the rush to respond, cost considerations are often understandably of secondary importance. Yet, when recovery efforts conclude and costs are scrutinized, revelations of fraud and abuse can be an unwelcome conclusion to the painful process.

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