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With its well established team of counter fraud professionals and experience of working in harmony with a national network of local counter fraud provision, it has embraced the proposal of a common framework of Professional Standards and Competencies.
Three NHS managers from Powys fraudulently stole more than £700,000 from public money using the fake names from rock stars U2
The UK government announces its commitment to tackle fraud and error across the public sector by launching its counter fraud profession.
An internal investigation was launched by the council earlier this year after serious allegations were made by members of staff about suspected irregularities relating to roads contract management.
In the wake of last year's WannaCry ransomware attack and a range of high-profile threats since then, PublicTechnology and Trend Micro invited a panel of experts to discuss how the public sector can build resilience and protect itself.
A council finance manager who stole £62,000 meant for Grenfell survivors has admitted also defrauding the NHS of more than £35,000.
A dentist who made up bogus treatments and fraudulently charged the NHS £23,500 has been sentenced.
There were “insufficient financial controls” in place and not enough oversight to prevent the former employee of a Barnet Council contractor stealing £2m from the council, according to a Grant Thornton audit report.
The Labour group has called on the council leader to resign after the publication of a “damning” report into a £2 million fraud case.
Transparency International is deeply concerned by an admission by NHS England (NHSE) that almost all NHS Trusts have failed to publish the interests of decision-making staff at least once per year.
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