Departments of Labor and Health and Human Services High-risk Management Problems: Hearing Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, Second Session, March 8, 1990, Volumen4

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Página 77 - Commission may, in its discretion, make such investigations as it deems necessary to determine whether any person has violated or is about to violate...
Página 77 - Act to other statutes) to make an investigation and in connection therewith he may enter such places and inspect such records and accounts and question such persons as he may deem necessary to enable him to determine the facts relative thereto.
Página 76 - SEC. 15. That for the purposes of this Act, the director, commissioners, and deputy commissioners shall have power to issue subpoenas for and compel the attendance of witnesses within a radius of one hundred miles, to require the production of books, papers, documents, and other evidence, to administer oaths and to examine witnesses upon any matter within the jurisdiction of the bureau.
Página 74 - The Attorney General shall be charged with the administration and enforcement of this Act and all other laws relating to the immigration and naturalization of aliens...
Página 76 - ... appropriate. (b) Contract claims. See AFR 176-9 or AFR 147-14, as appropriate. (c) Claims involving dishonored checks and debts to NAFIs. See AFR 176-2 and 176-10 or AFR 147-14, as appropriate. (d) Third Party Workers' Compensation Claims. NAF employees are provided workers' compensation benefits under the Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act (LHWCA) (33 USC 901, et seq.) as extended by the Nonappropriated Fund Instrumentalities Act (5 USC 8171-8173).
Página 53 - Administration ("PWBA") has undertaken a number of other enforcement initiatives. For example, an Office of the Chief Accountant was established within PWBA in 1988 to work with the accounting profession to improve employee benefit plan accounting, audit procedures and practices. A process has been established under which PWBA refers substandard accounting work to the AICPA for disciplinary action. A new computer database system has been created that will enhance our ability to effectively target...
Página 72 - ... shall be eligible to continue to participate in such programs, provided such programs have been approved for funding under the service delivery area's newly effective job training plan. CRIMINAL PROVISIONS SEC. 182. Section 665 of title 18, United States Code, is amended to read as follows: "THEFT OR EMBEZZLEMENT FROM EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING FUNDS: IMPROPER INDUCEMENT: OBSTRUCTION OF INVESTIGATIONS "SEC.
Página 62 - The Honorable John Glenn Chairman Committee on Governmental Affairs United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 Dear Mr.
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Página 63 - Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangements Multiple Employer Trusts (METs) or Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangements (MEWAs) are health benefit arrangements that are particularly susceptible to abuse. Stated most simply, METs or MEWAs are group trusts used to fund health benefit plans, typically for small employers. These arrangements are often marketed at premium rates that are substantially below rates for comparable coverage from insurance companies, and are thus especially attractive for smaller...

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