Support and resources

We have brought together a range of resources to help your organisation tackle fraud and corruption.

Code of Practice

The CIPFA Code of Practice on Managing the Risk of Fraud and Corruption sets out the five key principles required to create an effective counter-fraud response. It is supported by detailed guidance notes on how to apply the principles and an assessment tool to help you measure your organisation’s arrangements against the Code. 

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Counter Fraud and Corruption Tracker (CFaCT) survey

CFaCT is the annual survey of the fraud and corruption detected in local authorities across the UK. It is similar to the former Annual Fraud and Corruption Survey delivered by the Audit Commission and includes questions commissioned by the Fighting Fraud and Corruption Locally Board and the Home Office.

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Fighting Fraud and Corruption Locally

The Fighting Fraud and Corruption Locally 2016-2019 strategy is the definitive guide for council leaders, chief executives, finance directors and all those with governance responsibilities. It includes practical steps for fighting fraud, best practice tips and insights into the anti-fraud and corruption landscape.

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Fraud Risk Wheel

Identifying and assessing fraud risks is only the first step. Proactive organisations understand where their fraud risks come from, and develop prevention plans around these. Our Fraud Risk Wheel is an interactive, web-based tool that offers detailed guidance on different fraud risks, strengthening your fraud risk process.

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Global Fraud Risk Register

We worked with the top ten accountancy firm Moore Stephens to create the Global Fraud Risk Register. It is an important indicator of where public sector fraud teams should be focusing their efforts and is a valuable source of information for those conducting fraud risk assessments, updating risk registers and governance statements.

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Resources from the Competition and Markets Authority

Bid-rigging is a serious type of anti-competitive activity. It can drive up the prices of contracts for vital goods or services and deny purchasers from getting true value for money. The Competition and Markets Authority have a broad range of tools and advice to help you detect suspicious activity and avoid becoming a victim of bid-rigging. 

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Fraud alerts from the NFIB

Access fraud alerts from Cifas, the National Crime Agency and others here.

Blog

Read our latest news and views here.

Counter fraud publications

Browse our library of counter fraud, anti-bribery and corruption publications here.

Videos

Watch our interviews with leading experts from across the counter fraud arena here.