Monthly Archives: February 2014

Rationalization and the Fraud Triangle: How “Small” Frauds Snowball into Big Frauds

This Seattle Times article presents a fine example of the slippery slope that most frauds head down. The article was about how a state audit revealed a Department of Social and Health Services worker spent more than 75 hours browsing the Internet on the job during a four-month stretch. The article also stated that his […]