Economic Crime Orientation

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Economic Crime Orientation
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  1. What is OSI definition of fraud?
    "A willful misrepresentation for the purpose of obtaining something of value."
  2. What are the three elements to the definition of fraud?
    Want
    Some
    Money
    • 1) Willful
    • 2) Something of value
    • 3) Misrepresentation
  3. What are the three fraud components?
    • 1) Base level
    • 2) Central/Systems Procurement
    • 3) Environmental Crimes
  4. What is included in base level fraud?
    Please Come Try To Get A Lot
    • 1) Pay (& allowances)
    • 2) Contract (base)
    • 3) Travel voucher
    • 4) ID Theft
    • 5) GPC
    • 6) AAFES
    • 7) Larceny by fraud
  5. What is the difference between central fraud and systems fraud?
    Central = contracts for use places other than procured

    Systems = weapon systems
  6. what is central systems fraud?
    centrally procured weapon systems, construction and service contracts
  7. what is environmental crimes?
    criminal violations of fed, state and local environmental requirements
  8. What did the inspector general act of 1978 do?
    made posse comitatus does not apply to fraud cases
  9. who are the DCIO's? (4)
    DCIS, NCIS, Army CID, OSI
  10. What is DoDD 5525.7?
    • MOU btw DOJ and DoD relating to certain crimes
    • -bribery and corruption in DoD programs
  11. What is DoDI 5505.2?
    • crim investigations of fraud
    • - DoD/IG
    • - to avoid duplicate effort
    • - DCIO's
  12. What is DCIS responsible for? (4)
    • 1) JCS
    • 2) OSD
    • 3) DRMS (defense reutilization & marketing service)
    • 4) TRICARE (providers)
  13. What are MCIO's responsible for? (ie jurisdiction)
    Military Still Investigates Dumb Ass Sailors
    • 1) Military contracts
    • 2) Service assets
    • 3) Single Installation
    • 4) DFAS
    • 5) AAFES
    • 6) Single service contracts
  14. what is seven rams?
    OSI program to investigate special access programs
  15. How to execute fraud mission? (three step process)
    • ID vulnerable targets
    • Detect and investigate alleged offenders
    • Remedies for proven crimes
  16. how do you ID fraud targets?
    Please Don't Be Picked
    • 1) Previous fraud
    • 2) Dollor amounts
    • 3) Base level
    • 4) Priorities (Command and OSI)
  17. How do you analyze a fraud target? ie what are you looking for?
    Many Problems In Unit
    • 1) Money Flow
    • 2) Past problems
    • 3) Internal Controls
    • 4) Unit Morale
  18. what is the purpose of the fraud working group?
    bring together key peeps to exchange info to deter, detect, investigate other peeps committing fraud
  19. Who do agents understand fraud issues?
    POC
    • Professional liaison
    • Open contacts
    • Confidential informants
  20. who are members of the fraud working group?
    • SF
    • IG
    • SJA
    • QA
    • CE
    • Finance
    • Auditors
    • Civilian personnel office
    • LE
  21. what can contracting officer help OSI with? (3)
    • 1) Contract file review
    • 2) Document collection
    • 3) Research & evidentiary advice
  22. What activities can you do to affect fraud? (3)
    • 1) Awareness briefings
    • 2) Interviews
    • 3) Fraud Surveys
  23. What is the goal of a fraud survey?
    discover info that leads to substantive cases

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