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Fraud prevention – involves those strategies designed to prevent fraud from occurring in the first instance

Assessment Activity 3

Review Fraud Control Activities

Fraud control requires the implementation of a number of control strategies which contribute to an effective fraud control framework, two of which are fraud prevention and fraud detection.

• Fraud prevention – involves those strategies designed to prevent fraud from occurring in the first instance.

• Fraud detection – includes strategies to discover fraud as soon as possible after it has occurred.

Consider the following specific examples Fraud

• Unauthorised private use of the organisation’s motor vehicles.

• Using client money for private benefit.

• Inappropriately manipulating allowance payments.

• Falsifying travel claims or cab charge vouchers.

• Falsifying timesheets.

• Conspiring unfairly with others to get a tender.

• Running a private business in working hours.

• Stealing equipment or….

Review Fraud Control Activities: Leadership and Ethical Culture

Assessment Activity 2

Review Fraud Control Activities


Identify and select an organisation where you currently work or one where you have previously worked and are familiar with.

Leadership and Ethical Culture

Strong leadership is integral to effective fraud and corruption control within organisations. If staff perceive that controls to respond to fraud and corruption are not robust or supported by management, they are much less inclined to report their observations or suspicions.

Answer the following questions thoroughly by providing full explanations and workplace examples where relevant.

1. Describe how managers demonstrate visible and strong commitment to the Organisation’s Values.

2. Outline ways that management communicate to employees that conduct consistent with the Organisation’s Values and Code of Conduct is expected and that misconduct will not be tolerated.


Review Fraud Control Activities

Assessment Activity 1

Review Fraud Control Activities


Identify and select an organisation where you currently work or one where you have previously worked and are familiar with.

Answer the following questions thoroughly by providing full explanations and workplace examples where relevant.

1. Identify the organisation and briefly describe the approximate size of the organisation, what its purpose and role is and what activities it undertakes.

2. List the areas of the organisation and/or the activities undertaken by staff members, at all levels, where vulnerabilities exist in respect to possible fraud and corruption.

3. From the list prepared for Question 2, describe what processes the organisation has in place to prevent and control fraud and corruption and discuss how effective these processes are. In answering this question, discuss….


Position Memo Guidelines Total length: approximately one thousand words not including citations 

* Subject and background (two short paragraphs): Summarize in the first paragraph the significance of the issue in the context of U.S. foreign policy and national security. Identify in the second the central policy question or questions to be decided. Provide just enough information about the crisis so that the reader understands your memo’s purpose and importance; do not attempt to discuss the case in any depth. 13 

* Objectives (bullet points): Succinctly state your department’s objectives in the current crisis. These can be general national security objectives (such as preventing war) or more specific goals tied to your department’s mission (such as protecting U.S. citizens). They should be important to U.S. national security, directly tied….

Transtheoretical Model

Article Review Instructions

You will be required to submit a paper analyzing an article provided in the Reading & Study folder of Module/Week 6. The article is a collection of brief commentaries about the Stages of Change model (also known as the Transtheoretical Model). Your paper should be 2–4 pages, double spaced (not including the title page and reference page). This assignment is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 6.

After reading the article, write a synopsis that includes the following 4 components. Each section should begin with the heading that is provided below in bold type:


Outline the main thesis, objective, or “opinion” of the article.


Select at least 2 authors from the article and provide an explanation of their perceptions of….

Explain what obligations the U.S. government has towards its citizens and how these obligations impact individual and group rights.

Prepare: Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read Chapters 8, 9, and 10 in American Government and review the Week 4 Instructor Guidance. Be sure to read about the different party platforms, including the Democratic Party (Links to an external site.), Republican Party (Links to an external site.), and one third party (e.g., Libertarian Party (Links to an external site.), Green Party (Links to an external site.), Constitution Party (Links to an external site.), etc.).

Reflect: Our political system is characterized by certain fundamental features to include a system of laws, rights, and liberties. The laws, created and supported by the Constitutional framework, are designed to protect and secure the rights and liberties of individuals and groups throughout the United States. However, the government also must provide for the security of its citizens from serious internal and external threats that could….

Interpreting Test Results

Part 1

Present a revised version (1,250-1,550 words total) of the paper “Reliability and Validity” that makes improvements in the caliber of the writing and incorporates instructor feedback regarding content and writing. Include the following in your submission:

A reflection (250-300 words) that provides a bulleted list of the changes you made to the paper and discusses your revision process including how you incorporated your instructor’s feedback into the revised version. Similar to an abstract, this section will receive its own page following the title page and preceding the introduction to the paper.The revised paper that incorporates instructor feedback; clarifies the thesis statement and solidifies supporting arguments; edits for grammar, spelling, and punctuation; adjusts word choice to display professional and scholarly language; and adjusts sentence structure for improved readability…..

Plastics in Space

Recently, you attended an alumni association gathering on Zoom. The topic of this meeting was the amazing career growth of people you went to school with. To your astonishment, you discover that someone from your same major who was, in fact, in your lab group, is currently a Chairperson and CEO of a start-up in the astro-space industry. To make matters more interesting, this person remembers you and reaches out with an opportunity. They offer you an opportunity to join their company as Vice-President in charge of the “manufactured in orbit” space plastics division. You think this is a great idea and want to be a part. You do know that no plastics have yet been manufactured in orbit and this is an extremely high-risk decision with the….

Tornado, flood, hurricane, earthquake

1. Your community is at risk for a specific type of natural disaster (e.g., tornado, flood, hurricane, earthquake). Use Nightingale’s principles and observations to develop an emergency plan for one of these events. Outline the items you would include in the plan.

2. Using Nightingale’s concepts of ventilation, light, noise, and cleanliness, analyze the setting in which you are practicing nursing as an employee or student.

3. You are participating in a quality improvement project in your work setting. Share how you would develop ideas to present to the group based on a Nightingale approach

Explain in 3 paragraphs total