Thursday, June 2, 2011

Federal Report To Congress On Child Welfare Fraud

Some time ago, former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey found that there was serious public corruption in the Administration on Children and Families with administration of grants and programs in child welfare.  Administrators would be biased in the awarding of grants to certain organizations where the administrators either have previously been employed or were found to retain lucrative paying positions upon departure from the Department.

To better understand these conflict of interests, I have taken a table from an HHS OIG report on "Conflicts of Interest".  Here you shall see that officials have financial stakes with the research grantees.

HHS OIG Institutional Conflicts of Interes at NIH Grantees

How is this relevant to child welfare?  The following two reports were identified as having severe conflicts of interest.  The subject matter is foster care.  I would go into detail on the biases found in HHS OIG methodologies of their foster parent program report, but I believe the chart I have provided, above, says it all.  Child abuse propaganda.

Recruiting Foster Parents Audit Report

HHS OIG Retaining Foster Parents Audit Report

What I have just presented is first hand knowledge of child abuse propaganda and it has just been reported to the Congress.  See how billions of your tax dollars are squandered in child welfare programs, including Medicaid and witness how the child abuse propaganda machines will fight tooth and nail to keep their gravy train rolling strong.

For the first half of FY 2011, we reported expected recoveries of about $3.4 billion consisting of $222.4 million in audit receivables and $3.2 billion in investigative receivables (which includes $620 million in non‐HHS investigative receivables resulting from our work in areas such as the States’ share of Medicaid restitution).
Office of Inspector General Semiannual Report To Congress Spring 2011l
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