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Fraudaware.ppt

  1. 1. Fraud Awareness <br />
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION<br />
  3. 3. <ul><li>Each year the U.S. Department of Transportation spends about $70 billion on transportation-related projects.
  4. 4. On March 26, 2008, the Office of Inspector General released a fraud awareness video on false statements and claims to provide government officials, contractors, and the public with an increased understanding of common fraud schemes.
  5. 5. It strengthen collaborative efforts aimed at the prevention and detection of fraud involving automobile transportation programs and activities</li></li></ul><li> An Example <br /> presentation<br />
  6. 6. <ul><li>Using a "Cable News" format, the video presents examples of investigations that resulted in criminal and civil penalties for business and individuals who, while working on contracts funded in part by Federal transportation funds, engaged in fraud which cheats American taxpayers.
  7. 7. In addition, the video provides legal perspectives on false statements and claims and fraud, as well as "red flag" fraud indicators to help those in the transportation community, government employees, and contractors alike know what to look for. </li></li></ul><li> How To Report <br />Fraud<br />
  8. 8. <ul><li>The video provided by “Cable News” also tells viewers how to report
  9. 9. possible fraud
  10. 10. Waste
  11. 11. Abuse and
  12. 12. other irregularities </li></ul>in DOT programs to the Office of Inspector General Hotline.<br /><ul><li>Citizens have entrusted all levels of government to ensure that their tax dollars are being wisely spent on transportation infrastructure projects that enhance the
  13. 13. safety,
  14. 14. security,
  15. 15. mobility of the traveling public</li></li></ul><li> Steps To Maintain Public’s<br />Confidence<br />
  16. 16. <ul><li>We will continue to work together with our
  17. 17. Federal,
  18. 18. State,
  19. 19. local law enforcement,
  20. 20. prosecutorial and
  21. 21. transportation colleagues </li></ul>In order to maintain the public's confidence in the integrity of our Nation's transportation system.<br />

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