Senator Kaminsky bemoans FEMA’s handling of Sandy claims

ZACHARY R. DOWDY FROM NEWSDAY

February 06, 2018

A federal oversight agency has released a scathing review of the way FEMA handled a second look at a batch of damage claims from superstorm Sandy, saying the process lacked internal controls, took two years longer than expected and cost over $150 million more to run than initial estimates.

The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of the Inspector General report on the Sandy Claims Review Process (SCRP) was released late last month.

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