Managing Fraud Risk Through Strong Governance

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimates that fraud costs organizations, on average, 5% of their annual revenue. Globally, that’s more than $4.5 trillion lost each year. This is a huge problem for all manner of organizations,

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COVID-19 Related Fraud Schemes

The coronavirus pandemic has given rise to a host of fraud schemes attempting to profit off the crisis. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), consumer complaints for COVID-19 related scams topped 7,800 in early April,

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Occupational Fraud at Not-for-Profits: Red Flags and Preventative Steps

As we approach International Fraud Awareness Week (November 17-23, 2019), it is a great time to review the basics of occupational fraud and why fraud awareness is especially important for not-for-profits.

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Bad Actors and Charities Are a Bad Mix: What the Form 990 Can Tell Us About the College Admissions Scandal

The Key Worldwide Foundation, formed in 2013, now finds itself at the center of the college admissions scandal grabbing headlines the last couple weeks. Over the years, millions of dollars had flowed through the charity as part of the scheme without IRS detection.

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Data Mining and Procurement Cards: Using Technology to Reduce Risk

I recently attended a training that discussed procurement cards—both their increased popularity and the risks associated with using them.

During the training, I shared that we have been using technology to help mitigate these risks.

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