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Collaborating at every stage of public service delivery to keep tax-payer money in the right hands

February 7 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am


When it comes to fraud, organisations are ‘flying blind’. This is the assessment of the Public Accounts Committee, which produced a major report into tackling fraud against government in September. With fraud and error losses running to potentially tens of billions a year, the negative impact on public services – to say nothing of citizens’ trust in government – is of mounting concern.

In this free-to-attend webinar, Civil Service World brings together a panel of experts from government, industry and academia to explore how a collaborative, integrated approach to tackling fraud could help stem the flow of losses and rebuild trust.

While incorporating counter-fraud measures at every stage of the delivery cycle may feel like additional hassle and require upfront investment, creating watertight controls against fraudulent activities will ultimately pay dividends. Such controls include ensuring that suppliers are delivering on what has been promised in their contracts and that invoices are not only legitimate but contain no hidden costs. Continuous monitoring of service delivery also avoids reputational losses, external collusion, undeclared corporate interests and other instances of corruption.

Because the opportunities to commit fraud against the public sector are so rich and varied, collaboration across teams – sharing findings and honing into shared risks – should be a key part of any effort to stop the scammers. To support the counterfraud efforts of teams at every stage – from planning to delivery – our webinar will discuss:

  • Best practice examples of integrated counter-fraud work
  • Key points to consider when building a business case for integrated fraud work
  • Whether measures taken against fraudulent activities can actually be used to streamline processes and increase productivity
  • The importance of leadership in bringing about culture change in government organisations
  • The benefits of an integrated approach to truly understanding both the value and the risks that arise when third party organisations deliver public services


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