Our second infographic focuses on the distribution of SNAP fraud losses.
Loss distribution is represented by suspicious cases not worked, inadvertent household errors (IHEs) that have not been formally designated as an intention program violation but could be reasonably be assumed as fraud and EBT skimming/account take over.
About the Study:
The True Cost of Fraud™ Study for SNAP agencies and IES is an authoritative and market leading research report that informs the level and impact of fraud, including the challenges, volume, and cost, as well as the resources that SNAP and IES agencies utilize to detect and prevent fraud.
The 2023 study expanded its scope to include integrated eligibility systems (IES). IES refers to a common eligibility system to manage various human services benefit programs, including but not limited to:
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