In the past, the Risk Management Agency conducted an automatic audit when a crop insurance claim reached $200,000. RMA Acting Administrator Richard Flournoy told RRFN that was seen as a concern with the amount of drought-related claims this year. “Now, they’re not automatically going to be audited. There’s a new process where we do what is called data-mining so it is very precise on who is selected and that will dramatically reduce the audits.”
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