Procurement Fraud

  • Examples of Procurement Fraud

    August 3, 2012

    Examples of Procurement Fraud

    Publisher’s Note: Procurement fraud is a complex topic and one we take very seriously. For more information on procurement fraud, make sure to review the “Related Articles” at the bottom... Read more

  • What is Fraud?

    August 2, 2012

    What is Fraud?

    As I was reviewing our coverage of Procurement Fraud, and looking at how to best summarize it (something I will do at the end of the series), I realized that... Read more

  • How eSourcing Can Help Limit Procurement Fraud

    July 30, 2012

    How eSourcing Can Help Limit Procurement Fraud

    Long time readers of this site know that I am a strong advocate for eSourcing. I am an advocate based upon extensive first-hand experience developing, using, researching, and evaluating eSourcing... Read more

  • Fifteen Top Tips to Limit Procurement Fraud – Payments Edition

    July 20, 2012

    Fifteen Top Tips to Limit Procurement Fraud – Payments Edition

    Our procurement fraud series began with the premise that procurement fraud is an issue for public AND private enterprises although we read more about it in the public sector. As... Read more

  • Twelve Top Tips to Limit Procurement Fraud

    July 18, 2012

    Twelve Top Tips to Limit Procurement Fraud

    In my last article, Procurement Fraud Remains An Issue for All CPOs, I directly quoted a globally recognized CPO who said that “The work is never done; procurement fraud remains... Read more

  • Procurement Fraud Remains An Issue for All CPOs

    July 16, 2012

    Procurement Fraud Remains An Issue for All CPOs

    I recently had a very interesting and surprising conversation with the Chief Procurement Officer of a global CPG company (this recognizable CPO must remain anonymous; the company is well-known with... Read more

  • Procurement Fraud – An Issue for Public and Private Enterprises

    July 13, 2012

    Procurement Fraud – An Issue for Public and Private Enterprises

    On Wednesday, the Governor of my home state (and where I am this week), Maryland called for a review of Maryland’s procurement and contracting processes after “repeated” problems have been... Read more

  • Honey Laundering

    August 16, 2011

    Honey Laundering

    On Monday, this small story (hat tip: Susan) that sits at the intersection of globalization, sourcing, international crime, corporate conspiracy, food supply, and supply risk captured my attention. The story... Read more

  • Reflections on FUSION 2011 – Part 1

    May 13, 2011

    Reflections on FUSION 2011 – Part 1

    Dateline: May 8-12 Event: FUSION 2011 Host: The Institute of Financial Operations Place: Orlando Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center The newly rebranded Institute of Financial Operations (“IFO”) hosted its... Read more

  • Shhhhhhhhh! – (Tricks) To Catch a Fraudster

    September 30, 2010

    Shhhhhhhhh! – (Tricks) To Catch a Fraudster

    In our recent procurement fraud series, we intentionally chose not to share a few of the tricks that are commonly used by auditors and fraud specialists to catch potential fraudsters.... Read more

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