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Publications--Reports

Reports

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Available Online?

Can Internet Gambling Be Effectively Regulated? Managing the Risks
Malcolm K. Sparrow (principal author), with Bazelon, C. & Jackson, C. The Brattle Group, Washington D.C., December 2nd 2009.
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Brattle Group,
Washington DC

Managing Risks in Civil Aviation: A Review of the FAA’s Approach to Safety
Malcolm K. Sparrow (principal author), Edward W. Stimpson (Chair), J. Randolph Babbitt,
William O. McCabe, Carl W. Vogt. Report of the Independent Review Team, a Blue Ribbon Panel appointed by Secretary of Transportation Mary E. Peters. Washington D.C., September 2nd, 2008
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Published by US Department of Transportation

Fraud Control Redesign Analysis
(A review of the organizational relationships between fraud control, risk control, compliance, ethics and integrity). Confidential report prepared for Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, California. November 2002. ___________________________________________________________________________________

 

Fraud and Abuse Detection and Control in the Florida Medicaid Program:
A Strategic Review of AHCA’s Program Integrity Operations

Prepared for Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration. September 2001
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Controlling Fraud and Abuse in Medicaid: Innovations and Obstacles
Report from the Executive Seminars on Fraud and Abuse in Medicaid, sponsored by HCFA,
(Dec. 1998--May 1999). Published by the Health Care Financing Administration. September 1999.
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Dept. of Health & Human Services, Washington DC

Fraud Control at HUD: A Preliminary Assessment of the Opportunities and Challenges
Prepared for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. August 1997
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Health Care Fraud: Towards Effective Control
Final Report for National Institute of Justice, under grant no: #96-IJ-CX-0010. June 1997
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Strategic Problem Solving: An Assessment
Prepared for the U.S. Customs Service, September 1996.
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Defining the Role of the Research & Development Division
Confidential report prepared for the Massachusetts Department of Revenue. December 1995
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A Problem-Solving Approach to the Prevention of Injuries, Illnesses and Deaths
Prepared for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor.
December 1995.
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Health Care Fraud Control: The State of the Art
Program on Strategic Computing and Telecommunications in the Public Sector, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. October 1995.
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A Problem-Solving Approach to Environmental Protection
Prepared for Florida Department of Environmental Protection. December 1995
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Engineering for Compliance
Prepared for the U.S. Customs Service, September 1994.
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Early Warning Systems for Major Fraud Schemes: An Assessment of Opportunities for the development of Multi-Account Fraud Detection Systems
Confidential report prepared for VISA International, June 1994.
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Early Warning Systems for Multi-Account Fraud Schemes
Confidential report prepared for Fidelity Investments, Corporate Security, January 1994
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Fraud in the Electronic Filing Program: A Vulnerability Assessment
Confidential report prepared for the Internal Revenue Service, October 1993.
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Fraud Pattern Recognition at the Multi-Account or Ring Level, Using Network Analytic Techniques
Confidential report prepared for American Express, November 1992.
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An Evaluation of the Potential of the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
Malcolm K. Sparrow. Prepared on behalf of the U.S. Dept. of the Treasury for Congressional Appropriations Committee, July 1990.
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