The CWFC is in its 39th year of continued dedication to the prevention and detection of public assistance fraud and we are currently in the middle of our membership drive!
Your CWFC annual membership will include a membership to The United Council on Welfare Fraud and $40 off your CWFC conference registration!
Please see our Membership page for more information!
Are you a Certified Welfare Fraud Investigator who needs to renew? The CWFC pays your UCOWF membership fees each year but you are responsible for paying the $10 renewal fee directly to UCOWF. With your renewal fee, you will need to submit your continuing education list. Feel free to download the form below to fill out and submit to UCOWF!
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