These guides include principles and methods taken from leading fraud risk assessment practices across sectors, which fraud control practitioners and fraud risk managers can then apply or adapt to suit individual circumstances.
They will also help fraud specialists, government officials (including policy designers) and senior leaders better understand the fraud risk assessment process and its benefits.
Fraud Risk Assessment Good Practice Guidance
Fraud risk assessments are a way for fraud risk managers to identify fraud risks and vulnerabilities within their agencies. Fraud risk assessments can help leaders understand fraud risks and enable them to make better decisions about how to manage them. This Fraud Risk Assessment Good Practice Guide is a useful tool for carrying out assessments in the public sector.
Fraud Risk Assessment Good Practice Guide (PDF 947 KB)
Four Steps of a Fraud Risk Assessment
These four steps can help you to understand the fraud risks faced by your agency or organisation, so you can make informed decisions about how to manage those risks.
Four Steps of a Fraud Risk Assessment Factsheet (PDF 231 KB)
Counter Fraud Approach
This diagram identifies the different elements of a fraud control plan and how they fit together. Fraud risk assessments lie at the centre of this, however this diagram also highlights the importance of an organisation being able to build in the elements of engagement, response, prevention, and influence into their overall counter fraud approach, and what these might look like operationally.
Counter Fraud Approach Factsheet (PDF 248 KB)