Others, like the U.S., don't. Instead we have workarounds. One of the latest which has comet to my attention is the Food and Nutrition Service's "Electronic Disqualified Recipient System (eDRS). This seems to be a file of people who have been disqualified for food stamps (aka SNAP) because of fraud. FNS is now notifying the public it will furnish the file to each of the states so they can verify SNAP recipients against the file.
One might consider this to be somewhat similar to the "do not fly" list, where civil liberties people protest the lack of procedures for challenging the contents. But it seems likely from this bit in the MD manual that there is a process for determining fraud:
Fraud overpayments. Consider cases suspected of fraud to be client error overpayments until the court or an Administrative Disqualification Hearing (ADH) makes a determination of fraud. Consider an overpayment in any month in which a client files a false report timely and this results in an overpayment to be a client error overpayment. This applies even if there is an agency error in the same month, unless the agency caused the client's failure to report.