Interagency workgroup

The Governor's Interagency Fraud Taskforce was formed in June 2013 in order to strengthen the state's ability to prevent the loss of state funds due to fraud, waste and abuse directed against state programs. The Governor's Interagency Fraud Taskforce is tasked with the responsibility for planning and implementing strategies designed to facilitate the collection, analysis and exchange of information and intelligence among various state agencies and offices in order to enhance the state's capability to identify, investigate, prosecute and recover state funds lost due to fraud, waste and abuse in state programs, and to implement "best practices" to prevent such losses from occurring.

Participating state agencies include:

  • Office of Policy and Management
  • Department of Social Services
  • Office of the Attorney General
  • Office of the Chief State’s Attorney
  • Department of Developmental Services
  • Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
  • Department of Children and Families
  • Department of Public Health
  • Department of Consumer Protection
  • Department of Revenue Services
  • Office of the State Comptroller
  • Department of Administrative Services
  • Office of State Ethics