Integrity Monitoring: Prevent, detect, and remediate fraud, waste, and abuse
With large infrastructure projects also comes more opportunities for fraud, waste, and abuse.
An effective strategy to utilize in order to mitigate these risks is to use integrity monitors.
In our report, “Integrity Monitors: A Strategy for Preventing, Detecting, and Remediating Fraud, Waste, and Abuse”, we detail how integrity monitors – an independent third party retained by a company or organization to minimize opportunities for fraud, waste, and abuse – can help with fraud prevention as well as help protect public funds and private investments.
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