Not-for-profit fraud survey 2008

The BDO not-for-profit fraud survey 2008, provides a benchmark for not-for-profit organisations revealing the perception and level of fraud in the sector, examining specific incidences of fraud and what the sector is doing to prevent fraud occurring.

Fraud is not only an issue for the not-for-profit sector. It is an issue for every organisation, whether they are in the corporate, government or not-for-profit sector.

The survey results provide a guide as to how fraud is occurring and the key methods that have worked in discovering fraud. While the results from our inaugural 2006 survey have been positive overall for the not-for-profit sector, organisations must not let their guard down in their fight against fraud - vigilance is imperative.

There are five key sections to this survey. During sections three and four you will be asked to examine fraud in your organisation over the past two years and more specifically we will ask you to provide details of the largest fraud you have suffered. The survey will take you approximately 10-15 minutes to complete and will close on 30 September 2007.

The final report will be released in February 2008.

This survey is being conducted by BDO Kendalls. The results of the 2006 survey can be found through the Not-for-Profit Network (PDF).

You can complete the 2008 survey online here.

Sep. 19, 2007

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