Procurement fraud undermines efforts to ensure fair and open competition for public contracts, and it often creates a hidden cost for taxpayers and vendors alike.
- Prerequisite: None
- Class Level: Basic
- Instructional Method: Online - MCPPO Online Class Technical Specifications
- Advanced Prep: None
October 18, 2022 - Registration is closed.
June 14, 2023
8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
- Fraud theory
- Tools for preventing and detecting fraud
- Assessing the risks of procurement fraud
- Case studies in procurement fraud
- Different types of procurement fraud, including bid-rigging and collusion, product substitution, tailored bids, kickbacks, false claims, unjustified sole source awards, bid manipulation and more
|Last updated:||July 29, 2022|