||CPE Credits: 2
Course Level: Basic
Procurement fraud is believed by many professionals to be one of the most common and costly of all white-collar crimes. This course breaks down this wide-spread fraud in a manner that allows you to gain an understanding of its unique characteristics, detection difficulty, the type of individuals who traditionally commit procurement fraud and when a conspiracy is required for a scheme. The most effective way to identify if your organization is the victim of procurement fraud is to understand procurement fraud itself, and this course will help you do just that.
What you will learn:
Definition of procurement fraud
Understanding of its cost impact
Why procurement fraud is difficult to detect
The two types of individuals who commit procurement fraud
More traditional ways to develop procurement fraud leads
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Presenter: Thomas Caulfield, CFE
Recording Date: August 20, 2009
Duration: 100 Minutes
field of study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
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