Did you know that the OIG has a Handbook to better standardize Procurement Fraud Detection and Reporting for Auditing purposes? In this series we take a look at understanding what the auditors are looking for and help build better internal systems to combat fraud. Taking steps to ensure compliance and staying educated and up to date will help provide you with a successful contract partnership within federal procurement.

GSA OIG Procurement Fraud Audit – Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Actions

GSA OIG Procurement Fraud Audit – Criminal, Civil, and Administrative Actions The following section describes common criminal charges, civil remedies, and administrative actions that may be applicable if fraud has occurred. Common Criminal Charges Information pertaining to common criminal charges is based on the United States Attorneys’ Manual (USAM)62 and the Department of Defense (DOD) […]

OIG Fraud Audit Playbook