The DC Department of Employment Services participates in a nationwide quality control program implemented by the US Department of Labor called the Benefit Accuracy Measurement (BAM). The program is designed to prevent both error and fraud in the Unemployment Insurance program by testing the accuracy of paid and denied claims. Investigation activities are designed to assess the validity of monetary determinations and the proper detection and resolution of eligibility issues.
To learn more about the program, please see the below information:
- How Does the Benefit Accuracy Measurement Program Work?
- How Does the Benefit Accuracy Measurement Program Involve Claimants?
- Contact the Benefit Accuracy Measurement Program
You may also complete BAM PRINT ONLY forms Documents Can Not Be Saved Online. Please check the top of the forms mailed to you, to verify which of the below online forms you will be completing:
- CLAIMANT QUESTIONNAIRE - NONSEPARATION DENIAL CLAIM
- CLAIMANT QUESTIONNAIRE - PAID CLAIM
- CLAIMANT QUESTIONNAIRE - MONETARY DENIAL CLAIM
- CLAIMANT QUESTIONNAIRE - SEPARATION DENIAL CLAIM
- WORK SEARCH LOG
- AUTHORIZATION TO RELEASE INFORMATION
For questions regarding the Benefit Accuracy Measurement Program, please call: (202) 671-1655 or email: [email protected]