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Founder of the Anti-Corruption Education Network and Company Director of Global Risk Alliance Ltd. Professional experience within the fields of corruption and procurement fraud risk, and introducing risk assessment, training and mentoring programmes to design and introduce risk mitigation frameworks

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Preventing Corruption Decoded for Leaders and Beginners

Steve Tosh At no time has education been more important to organisation development and ability to identify and prevent corruption. One thing that recent global events has taught us, is that global lockdown and manipulation and abuse of national procurement systems is to be expect and that we must prepare for such events happening again. …

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12 factors that support transformation to an anti-corruption culture

Taking a first step in providing anti-fraud and corruption training and raising awareness or undertaking an organisation risk review are positive steps forward in mitigating these risks. However, if there is no long-term plan to develop an anti-fraud culture that includes buy in from and consistent leadership from the CEO and senior management of an …

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Top 10 Questions to Reduce the Likelihood of Importing Vendor Risk

When an organisation takes steps to tackle procurement risk whether it’s procurement fraud, corruption, quality or health and safety risk from counterfeit or substituted products, one of the first considerations in the planning process should be how do we stop these risks at the front door. Good governance cannot remain purely a philosophy. Concrete steps …

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Measuring the benefits and impact of anti-corruption awareness

Do you fully understand the benefits that education can have in protecting your organisation from financial loss within procurement, finance, quality, projects or asset management including the impact that procurement fraud and corruption schemes can have on reputation and business or public perception of an organisations ethics and ability to protect other organisations from their …

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The Insider Threat: Influence, manipulation and reward

Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on email Email The fraud and corruption case and the insider threat highlighted within a published case by the Federal Bureau of Investigation documents not only how easy it was for individuals to perpetrate the corruption and procurement fraud but how easily …

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Education and awareness: Opportunity and impact

Organisations that have procurement, fraud and corruption training and awareness at the heart of their ethos not only have a greater opportunity to develop internal capabilities and retain expertise but also have an increased ability to develop an understanding of the risk that the organisation faces and an increased aptitude to respond to these risks. …

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Anti-Corruption Assessment During Vendor Registration: The Key to Protecting Revenues

Anti-Corruption assessment during vendor registration: The key to protecting revenues When we consider a new way of thinking for Government and private sector procurement where there are significant concerns surrounding procurement fraud and corruption, how do we protect national and organisation revenues and how do we send a message that we have a new stance …

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