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ISSUE DATE: 12/2014

Each county agency must have written procedures for referring IEVS matches to the county fraud investigative unit. The procedures must be established through consultation with income maintenance staff and the county attorney's office and/or any other appropriate county law enforcement office.

Counties may choose to refer matches to a fraud investigator for assistance in resolving the match.

Fraud investigators resolving the IEVS match do not send an IEVS Difference Notice to the client because they are permitted to contact a 3rd party directly without consulting with the client.

Fraud investigators resolving the IEVS match must comply with other IEVS requirements, including safeguarding and processing matches timely. See 0010.24.09 (Processing IEVS Matches Timely), 0010.24.21 (IEVS Safeguarding Responsibilities).


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