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Procurement Integrity Assurance Review
Our Procurement Integrity Assurance Review is an organization-wide cultural review of the client's policies, procedures, and operations to ensure they are driving a business environment committed to honest, fair, impartial and legal procurements (i.e. procurement integrity). The unique review methodology we use is designed around our PICS Procurement Integrity Control System® model, which when implemented correctly, protects the client against the various risks and vulnerabilities of procurement fraud and/or abuse. For those clients required to comply with U.S. Code, Title 48, Federal Acquisition Regulations, Subpart 3.10 "Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct", we also include its requirements within our reviews.
Procurement Fraud and Abuse Risk Assessment
Our Procurement Fraud and Abuse Risk Assessment is an individualized assessment of our client's unique degree of risk(s) to the traditional misconduct schemes of procurement fraud and abuse. The assessment includes pinpointing which of the schemes are most likely to occur within the client's procurement processes and the potential impacts if those schemes are not prevented, detected and/or reported. Our assessment results are summarized and suggestions for areas of improvement are provided in order to design sound procurement integrity controls (internal policy, procedures, and/or processes designed to prevent and detect fraud and abuse); thereby reducing the probability of future occurrence, consistent with the client's business structure and risk tolerance thresholds.
Procurement Fraud and Abuse Prevention and Detection Training
Our training curriculum is customized to the client's procurement methods, thereby ensuring the training content is tailor-made for the procurement environment of each individual client. One of the most effective tools in combating procurement fraud and abuse is knowledgeable employees, looking for, and reporting, potential procurement violations to management.
Compliance with FAR Clause 52-203.13
Using a traditional inspection approach, we ensure compliance to the requirements of the United States Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) subpart 3.10 and contract clause 52-203.13, both title “Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct.” We will work to make sure that your contractual obligations meet all requirements under this Clause which include, in part, a written code of business ethics and conduct, exercise due diligence to prevent and detect criminal conduct, promote an organizational culture that encourages ethical conduct and a commitment to compliance with the law.
With decades of experience in assessing and developing mitigation strategies, we focus all of our attention in offering four services: