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|Replacing Stolen SNAP Benefits: State Plan Approvals
|Addressing Stolen SNAP Benefits
|SNAP Fraud Prevention
|How States Safeguard USDA's SNAP Participants' Personally Identifiable Information
|SNAP and TANF Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) Card Skimming Prevention– Tools and Resources
|Interim Final Rule: SNAP: Requirement for Interstate Data Matching to Prevent Duplicate Issuances
|Information Collection: SNAP Reporting of Lottery and Gambling and Resource Verification
|Report Abuse of Benefits
|SNAP Questions and Answers Concerning the Trafficking Controls and Fraud Investigations Final Rule
|Request for Application – SNAP Recipient Trafficking Prevention Grant Program
|Direct Final Rule: SNAP Trafficking Controls and Fraud Investigations
|SNAP – Updated Federal Trafficking Definition
|Final Rule: SNAP Trafficking Controls and Fraud Investigations
|Letter to Mr. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO, Facebook Inc.
|Letter to Mr. Buckmaster, CEO, Craiglist
|Proposed Rule: SNAP Trafficking Controls and Fraud Investigations
|Letter to Mr. Dick Costolo, CEO, Twitter Inc.
|Letter to Mr. John Donahoe, CEO, eBay Inc.
|USDA Efforts to Reduce Waste, Fraud and Abuse in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
|Letters to Governors
|USDA Takes Aggressive Action to Fight Trafficking
|Fraud Policy: 7 CFR 273.16
|Head of Household as Individual Responsible for Intentional Program Violations
|Cooperación del Programa de Cupones para Alimentos con investigaciones de fraude
|Food Stamp Program Cooperation with Fraud Investigations
|Cumulative PRWORA Q&As on Food Stamp Fraud, Disqualifications, and Recipient Claims