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Child care assistance program: Assessment of fraud allegations

Description:

In a television interview and testimony to Minnesota Senate and House committees, Scott Stillman, a former DHS employee, made several CCAP-related allegations. We focused primarily on two of his allegations:

  • State investigators at the Department of Human Services suspect CCAP fraud in Minnesota amounts to $100 million or more annually. 
  • Government investigations have uncovered evidence that individuals in Minnesota have sent CCAP fraud money to foreign countries where terrorist organizations have obtained and used the money to fund their operations. 

    We also examined several other issues that resulted from Stillman’s television interview and legislative testimony. We will discuss them later in this report. (author abstract)

Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s)/Territories/Tribal Nation(s):
Minnesota

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