I've a Google alert for FSA, which produced this article on a case of fraud by an FSA county employee.
It reminds me of a long-ago case of an ASCS WDC employee, a conservation specialist, who stole some money from ACP, but was caught because he didn't know enough about the IBM Selectric and OCR to use the OCR ball when typing out the CCC sight draft. (Lots of acronyms there--sorry.) If he had known, he might have stolen more money over a longer time.
It reminds me of another case where fraud was committed using System/36 software, but there was a transaction log of the changes made to basic farm and producer records which allowed the offender to be successfully prosecuted. I'm not sure what event triggered suspicions, so that a KCMO systems analyst was asked to read the log.
Finally I note from a recent FSA notice on MIDAS CRM training (more acronyms:-;) that WDC specialists are given some authority to change records.
My point? It's easy to assume that WDC people are good, but you know about "assuming". I hope the MIDAS system design has safeguards against fraud built all the way through the system. I'm sure by now that is automatic in system design.