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2010-12 US Department of Labor Unemployment Payment Report

2010-12 US Department of Labor Unemployment Payment Report

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Annual Annual Under Improper Annual Under ImproperReport Report Oper. Fraud Payment Payment Report Payment PaymentST Sample Amount Paid Rate Rate* Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate* $ (a) Rate $ (b) Rate (a + b)US 71,397 $164,541,424,718 10.79% 10.87% 5.95% 2.67% 0.60% 11.47% $17,893,834,887 $981,199,922 $18,875,034,809AK 1,451 $573,225,188 11.40% 11.72% 4.91% 2.18% 1.02% 12.74% $67,190,600 $5,862,372 $73,052,971AL 1,398 $1,377,060,164 16.41% 16.41% 4.54% 1.51% 0.21% 16.62% $225,979,832 $2,953,306 $228,933,138AR 1,372 $1,335,133,010 11.45% 11.45% 10.41% 6.04% 0.81% 12.26% $152,889,113 $10,785,729 $163,674,842AZ 1,466 $2,028,983,482 19.31% 19.31% 12.23% 6.76% 0.09% 19.40% $391,807,767 $1,874,368 $393,682,135CA 2,584 $25,176,341,978 5.80% 5.80% 3.87% 3.00% 0.39% 6.19% $1,460,082,760 $97,458,317 $1,557,541,077CO 1,351 $2,430,381,934 15.65% 15.65% 6.83% 0.90% 0.68% 16.33% $380,366,343 $16,492,500 $396,858,842CT 1,353 $2,948,109,403 4.63% 4.63% 3.40% 2.45% 0.57% 5.20% $136,360,324 $16,895,407 $153,255,731DC 1,095 $550,128,587 9.27% 9.27% 6.31% 3.20% 0.75% 10.02% $51,010,732 $4,118,543 $55,129,275DE 1,034 $437,832,744 8.66% 8.66% 7.48% 3.54% 1.06% 9.72% $37,894,780 $4,650,609 $42,545,389FL 1,383 $6,122,202,307 7.94% 8.21% 6.71% 0.93% 0.32% 8.53% $502,372,830 $19,893,648 $522,266,478GA 976 $2,000,978,024 6.25% 7.18% 2.19% 1.45% 0.34% 7.52% $143,769,359 $6,791,036 $150,560,395HI 1,036 $963,232,307 5.09% 5.87% 1.21% 0.53% 0.42% 6.28% $56,499,082 $4,015,530 $60,514,612IA 1,432 $1,675,528,427 12.42% 12.42% 5.98% 0.45% 1.56% 13.97% $208,019,970 $26,119,631 $234,139,601ID 1,398 $777,123,256 10.57% 10.66% 5.96% 3.16% 0.35% 11.01% $82,866,922 $2,716,278 $85,583,200IL 1,458 $8,892,625,373 12.10% 12.10% 7.68% 1.96% 0.92% 13.02% $1,076,404,945 $81,656,611 $1,158,061,556IN 1,435 $3,141,253,524 48.80% 48.80% 6.81% 3.21% 0.37% 49.17% $1,532,962,437 $11,596,189 $1,544,558,626KS 1,348 $1,569,602,849 6.45% 6.45% 5.15% 2.37% 0.09% 6.54% $101,281,591 $1,337,686 $102,619,277KY 1,402 $1,908,804,456 6.11% 6.11% 4.65% 2.03% 0.46% 6.57% $116,667,291 $8,727,862 $125,395,153LA 1,481 $1,183,821,507 37.01% 37.01% 17.12% 8.07% 1.66% 38.67% $438,136,124 $19,601,599 $457,737,723MA 1,647 $5,961,845,692 4.17% 4.17% 3.24% 1.68% 1.45% 5.62% $248,507,518 $86,722,437 $335,229,955MD 1,420 $2,700,650,275 10.94% 10.94% 6.70% 2.94% 0.21% 11.16% $295,571,577 $5,690,522 $301,262,100Unemployment Insurance Integrity RatesFrom: July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2012
*** Please Note: UI improper payment data displayed on these web pages are derived from the Benefit Accuracy Measurement (BAM) program. BAMis a quality control statistical survey used to identify errors and support corrective action in the state unemployment insurance (UI) system.Approximately 24,000 cases are drawn from states annually, with sample sizes ranging from 360 cases per year in the 10 states with the smallest UIworkloads to 480 cases in the remainder of the states.Readers are strongly cautioned that it may be misleading to compare one state's payment accuracy rates with another state's rates. No two states'written laws, regulations, and policies specifying eligibility conditions are identical, and differences in these conditions influence the potential forerror. States have developed many different ways to determine monetary entitlement to UI. Additionally, nonmonetary requirements are, in large part,based on how a state interprets its law. Two states may have identical laws, but may interpret them quite differently. States with stringent or complexprovisions tend to have higher improper payment rates than those with simpler, more straightforward provisions.(To compare state laws visit http://www.oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/statelaws.asp#Statelaw or contact the state directly.)
 
Annual Annual Under Improper Annual Under ImproperReport Report Oper. Fraud Payment Payment Report Payment PaymentST Sample Amount Paid Rate Rate* Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate* $ (a) Rate $ (b) Rate (a + b)US 71,397 $164,541,424,718 10.79% 10.87% 5.95% 2.67% 0.60% 11.47% $17,893,834,887 $981,199,922 $18,875,034,809Unemployment Insurance Integrity RatesFrom: July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2012
*** Please Note: UI improper payment data displayed on these web pages are derived from the Benefit Accuracy Measurement (BAM) program. BAMis a quality control statistical survey used to identify errors and support corrective action in the state unemployment insurance (UI) system.Approximately 24,000 cases are drawn from states annually, with sample sizes ranging from 360 cases per year in the 10 states with the smallest UIworkloads to 480 cases in the remainder of the states.Readers are strongly cautioned that it may be misleading to compare one state's payment accuracy rates with another state's rates. No two states'written laws, regulations, and policies specifying eligibility conditions are identical, and differences in these conditions influence the potential forerror. States have developed many different ways to determine monetary entitlement to UI. Additionally, nonmonetary requirements are, in large part,based on how a state interprets its law. Two states may have identical laws, but may interpret them quite differently. States with stringent or complexprovisions tend to have higher improper payment rates than those with simpler, more straightforward provisions.(To compare state laws visit http://www.oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/statelaws.asp#Statelaw or contact the state directly.)
ME 1,383 $620,201,570 15.27% 15.27% 4.42% 1.37% 0.46% 15.73% $94,697,241 $2,866,592 $97,563,833MI 1,440 $5,860,925,362 9.51% 9.51% 6.93% 2.04% 0.46% 9.97% $557,424,092 $27,028,781 $584,452,874MN 1,441 $3,391,780,581 8.29% 8.29% 6.67% 1.49% 0.48% 8.77% $281,225,209 $16,229,351 $297,454,560MO 1,368 $2,207,074,109 7.31% 7.31% 6.53% 3.70% 0.81% 8.12% $161,375,477 $17,912,226 $179,287,703MS 1,499 $719,929,360 14.96% 14.96% 9.41% 6.22% 0.38% 15.34% $107,687,770 $2,768,196 $110,455,965MT 990 $426,021,997 8.89% 8.89% 5.99% 0.61% 1.02% 9.91% $37,869,013 $4,350,975 $42,219,987NC 1,570 $5,544,047,551 9.69% 9.69% 6.34% 2.95% 0.29% 9.98% $537,490,040 $15,880,701 $553,370,742ND 1,083 $205,932,820 9.46% 9.46% 4.35% 1.37% 0.32% 9.78% $19,488,379 $654,010 $20,142,389NE 1,077 $505,018,623 18.65% 18.65% 7.18% 1.47% 0.34% 18.99% $94,167,498 $1,739,626 $95,907,124NH 1,012 $459,885,937 5.28% 5.28% 4.36% 2.44% 0.84% 6.12% $24,276,784 $3,862,061 $28,138,845NJ 1,465 $8,517,851,801 10.91% 10.91% 7.34% 0.58% 1.65% 12.56% $929,328,214 $140,933,146 $1,070,261,360NM 1,428 $879,555,773 21.68% 21.81% 9.12% 5.26% 0.80% 22.60% $191,799,145 $7,011,518 $198,810,663NV 1,439 $2,143,003,312 10.21% 10.21% 9.37% 4.60% 0.47% 10.69% $218,841,803 $10,141,536 $228,983,340NY 1,450 $11,791,173,863 6.70% 6.70% 4.99% 3.77% 0.44% 7.13% $789,776,397 $51,362,354 $841,138,751OH 1,475 $5,119,824,428 14.93% 14.93% 5.26% 2.35% 1.00% 15.93% $764,493,775 $51,197,345 $815,691,120OK 1,446 $1,137,824,747 5.68% 5.68% 4.53% 0.88% 0.33% 6.01% $64,679,542 $3,752,400 $68,431,942OR 1,459 $2,974,022,812 12.10% 13.19% 9.40% 4.98% 0.43% 13.62% $392,308,897 $12,756,864 $405,065,761PA 1,385 $10,697,335,018 14.05% 14.05% 8.32% 5.07% 0.60% 14.65% $1,503,245,348 $63,772,844 $1,567,018,192PR 1,440 $793,528,861 9.59% 9.59% 7.99% 7.20% 1.27% 10.86% $76,060,310 $10,107,237 $86,167,547RI 1,477 $906,972,840 5.60% 5.60% 4.09% 3.57% 0.37% 5.97% $50,825,018 $3,312,925 $54,137,943SC 1,509 $1,625,049,554 14.38% 14.38% 8.89% 4.37% 0.30% 14.68% $233,657,861 $4,838,952 $238,496,813
 
Annual Annual Under Improper Annual Under ImproperReport Report Oper. Fraud Payment Payment Report Payment PaymentST Sample Amount Paid Rate Rate* Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate* $ (a) Rate $ (b) Rate (a + b)US 71,397 $164,541,424,718 10.79% 10.87% 5.95% 2.67% 0.60% 11.47% $17,893,834,887 $981,199,922 $18,875,034,809Unemployment Insurance Integrity RatesFrom: July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2012
*** Please Note: UI improper payment data displayed on these web pages are derived from the Benefit Accuracy Measurement (BAM) program. BAMis a quality control statistical survey used to identify errors and support corrective action in the state unemployment insurance (UI) system.Approximately 24,000 cases are drawn from states annually, with sample sizes ranging from 360 cases per year in the 10 states with the smallest UIworkloads to 480 cases in the remainder of the states.Readers are strongly cautioned that it may be misleading to compare one state's payment accuracy rates with another state's rates. No two states'written laws, regulations, and policies specifying eligibility conditions are identical, and differences in these conditions influence the potential forerror. States have developed many different ways to determine monetary entitlement to UI. Additionally, nonmonetary requirements are, in large part,based on how a state interprets its law. Two states may have identical laws, but may interpret them quite differently. States with stringent or complexprovisions tend to have higher improper payment rates than those with simpler, more straightforward provisions.(To compare state laws visit http://www.oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/statelaws.asp#Statelaw or contact the state directly.)
SD 1,085 $140,191,055 13.74% 13.74% 5.18% 4.84% 0.35% 14.09% $19,259,236 $494,958 $19,754,194TN 1,364 $1,797,626,771 14.52% 14.52% 6.54% 2.80% 0.39% 14.91% $261,052,108 $6,962,569 $268,014,677TX 1,458 $8,442,673,829 11.67% 11.79% 4.91% 1.04% 0.48% 12.27% $995,426,805 $40,227,259 $1,035,654,064UT 1,445 $1,065,043,112 11.44% 11.44% 6.12% 2.80% 0.54% 11.98% $121,893,686 $5,733,657 $127,627,343VA 1,401 $2,373,463,074 17.06% 18.77% 6.30% 1.84% 0.27% 19.04% $445,518,744 $6,447,053 $451,965,796VT 1,027 $401,477,618 4.02% 4.02% 3.15% 1.25% 0.52% 4.54% $16,138,051 $2,069,119 $18,207,170WA 1,359 $5,184,622,575 11.46% 11.46% 3.75% 1.46% 0.21% 11.67% $594,009,239 $10,910,486 $604,919,724WI 1,408 $3,799,775,055 13.53% 13.57% 5.23% 2.03% 0.43% 14.00% $515,541,572 $16,255,393 $531,796,965WV 1,410 $731,475,817 6.06% 6.28% 2.60% 0.97% 0.38% 6.66% $45,944,641 $2,782,072 $48,726,713WY 1,084 $323,250,406 11.38% 12.90% 6.01% 3.44% 0.27% 13.17% $41,691,095 $877,533 $42,568,628* Includes agency errors by states other than the sampling state.Georgia did not follow BAM investigative methodology between July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010 and did not produce valid resultsMontana did not complete a sufficient number of cases between July 1, 2009 through September 30, 2009 to produce valid resultsPrepared by: ETA Office of Unemployment Insurance on 02 Nov 12

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