This training seminar offered by the New York State Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) seeks to educate not-for-profit staff and board members on how to prevent and detect fraud within their organizations.
Is taught by forensic auditors who have worked with investigators to identify fraud, and who have worked with law enforcement to prosecute fraud successfully.
Includes case studies of actual fraud in the not-for-profit sector as experienced first-hand by the course instructors.
Provides a risk assessment model to help identify the most cost-effective detective and preventive controls to use in addressing fraud.
Features various takeaway tools for immediate use, such as a fraud risk assessment tool, the “Red Flags for Fraud” handbook, an internal control self-assessment survey, a fraud detection checklist, and model versions of an ethics policy and code of conduct.
Includes interactive participation and question-and-answer opportunities with expert forensic auditors.