Due to potential health and physical safety concerns, jurisdictional challenges, cost considerations, and/or other matters, legal counsel and forensic professionals have performed full or partially remote investigations for many years. Advances in technology, such as cloud computing and video conferencing, have made conducting remote investigations easier and, therefore, more commonplace. This prevalence requires consideration and potential mitigation of related inherent risks.
Part 2: Uncovering Public Sector Grant Funds in the Inflation Reduction Act
State and local governments can benefit from funding available in the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. Read on for details about…
World of Data Series: Fraud Analytics – A Case Study in Analytic Curiosity
Enhanced unemployment insurance provided an opportunity for fraud during the pandemic. Read on to see how FORVIS assisted two state…
Using Data Analytics to Recover from & Prevent Unemployment Fraud
Read on to learn how fraud analysis is helping states recover more than $163 billion lost to fraudulent COVID-19 UI claims.
Black Friday Is Approaching – Where Has Your Purchasing Card Been?
Be sure to monitor your organization’s corporate purchasing card transactions for potential fraud during the holidays. Read on for…
Recovering from the Unemployment Fraud Crisis
Read on to learn about the $87.3 billion lost to fraudulent COVID-19 UI claims last year and what states can do about it.
Why Your Organization Needs a Fraud Hotline
Financial institutions are at a higher risk for operational fraud than other industries. An appropriately implemented fraud hotline can…