||CPE Credit: 2
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Experience in the construction environment
Fraud is alive and well within the construction industry and permeates virtually all levels of construction activity for both domestic and international projects. This course presents you with an understanding of fraud's impact upon the industry. It also discusses the most common forms of construction project fraud, including three primary elements of construction costs where fraud occurs: labor, materials and equipment. Explore the controls necessary to reduce fraud within your organizations, and gain skills necessary to detect construction fraud and develop associated audit techniques.
Define who commits construction fraud and why
Identify major construction fraud schemes
Recognize the most common construction cost elements where fraud occurs
Detect construction fraud and implement audit techniques
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PRESENTERS: LOUIS URSO, CFE, CIA
RECORDING DATE: SEPTEMBER 27, 2012
DURATION: 100 MINUTES
FIELD OF STUDY: SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE AND APPLICATIONS
Last Updated: September 2012
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