Agencies have been able to minimize fraud while achieving equitable benefit distribution intended for pandemic relief programs when they utilized up-to-date identity and credentialing techniques. At a minimum, programs should require two-factor authentication, and when people enroll, use of threat metrics and third-party data to verify identities.
Federal News Network (FNN) asked a panel of federal government and industry experts about how agencies are approaching fraud prevention.
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