Monday, July 20, 2015

GAO Test Finds Enrollment Flaws


GAO Test Finds Enrollment Flaws

A government watchdog agency expects to make recommendations this fall for how application and enrollment controls on can be improved after a recent "undercover" test determined it was easy for 11 fictitious applicants to fraudulently enroll in subsidized Obamacare coverage.

At a July 16 Senate Committee on Finance hearing, Seto Bagdoyan, director of the Government Accountability Office's forensic audits and investigative service, testified that a review of application and enrollment controls of for 2014 and 2015 found weaknesses that allowed 11 of 12 fake GAO applicants to enroll for subsidized healthcare coverage, despite failing to submit required verification documents.

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