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Running head: Fraud Prevention 1 Financial Management Module 8 “Fraud Prevention” By: Patrick Darius
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Running head: Fraud Prevention 2 Abstract: FEMA has been contently reporting fraudulent activities to OIG and other concerned authorities, in addition to it for a more integrated network to reduce the fraud activities some additional staff can be used or more of budget can be granted to get more analytical tools. And by changing the program processes and procedures according to time and stay updated. FEMAs progress has been good in preventing the federal frauds or grants that come in, but the challenges keep on coming with time for enhancing internal controls and cooping up with the disasters or emergencies payments distribution.
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Running head: Fraud Prevention 3 Introduction: The recoupment process is a challenging, yet necessary part of FEMA’s responsibility to protect taxpayer funds. Because of the unpredictable and exigent nature of emergency management, our success as an Agency requires that we provide fast and effective service to individuals and families in need. However, FEMA must also demonstrate responsible stewardship over taxpayer dollars as we fulfil our legal responsibility to recover improperly disbursed funds. FEMA’s has played a part in emergency management though it has been in small proportion. But its working has been the best as a brand in the federal management system. It’s just a small entity of a large department or a division. State and local governments have increased in playing their part in the in response recovery in any disasters that occurs since 2003. In the first line of defines always ready to respond in emergencies or a disaster are general public in communities Collaboration of the private sector, non-government entities or general public have given a new face value to the management team. The collective approach has been effective with a more and efficient beater managements system in emergency response or disaster management. The mission is to give support to the helpless in any emergencies or disaster when occurs and collectively as nation it is the best way to do so and the effective one. This is the mission of FEMA. FEMA does not work alone but it’s all missions are headed by different department and there approaches are set accordingly, it falls under Homeland security act 2002, Robert T. Stafford disaster relief and emergency assistant act (Stafford act), [Rob02]Homeland security directive-5. Its work functions are also driven by guidance under National Strategy for Homeland Security and National response Framework.
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Running head: Fraud Prevention 4 During an incident, FEMA coordinate and provide services to assist a wide variety of groups and individuals. These groups include: The American public Disaster survivors State, tribal, territorial, and local governments Community and voluntary organizations Disaster Operations require partnerships among levels of government, the private
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  • Spring '18
  • United States Department of Homeland Security, National Incident Management System, Emergency service, Federal emergency Management Agency

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