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Kenneth Wilson, Associate Comptroller
Deb Martin, Internal Auditor
Questions to ask yourself:
OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT FOR BUSINESS AND FINANCE, TREASURER
To: Faculty, Staff, and Students
Fr: A. V. Diaz
Executive Vice President for Business and Finance, Treasurer
Re: Fraud Reporting Program
Best practices provide for a fraud reporting program as an important part of a healthy business environment. Purdue University has in
place controls to provide reasonable assurance that fraudulent, illegal, or dishonest activity on the part of University employees, officers, or
business contacts is prevented or detected, but the potential for inappropriate transactions and behavior still exists within the University, as
it does in any organization. therefore, consistent with best business practices, Purdue University has implemented a fraud reporting
program to ensure that the University provides a mechanism for reporting improper or inappropriate acts.
This is an important program, and I encourage you to use it when appropriate and to communicate the existence of this program to your
Colleagues in the University community. Please help us make the program a success by using it for its intended purpose, reporting
suspected improper or illegal acts affecting Purdue University that you have witnessed or of which you might have knowledge. Personal
complaints regarding harassment or issues other than fraud should be filed according to existing University policies.
The Internal Audit Office is responsible for the administration of the Purdue University fraud reporting program. For additional information
on the program, please visit www.purdue.edu/fraud. A Disclosure Form for Anonymous Reporting is available at the Web site. If you have
specific questions about the program, please contact Peggy Fish, Director of Audits, at (765) 494-7588 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To anonymously report suspected fraud or other wrongdoings, call (765) 494-6999, toll-free (866) 818-2620, or mail information to Purdue
University, Internal Audit Office, Freehafer Hall of Administrative Services, 401 S. Grant Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2024.
Thank you for your assistance and commitment to this effort.
c: President France A. Córdova
Hovde Hall, Room 230 • 610 Purdue Mall • West Lafayette, IN 47907-2040 Phone (765) 494-9705 • Fax (765) 494-9062
Direct to the Office of the Vice President for Ethics and
Compliance or to the Office of Institutional Equity Issues related to:
b) has no caller ID
c) has no call back option
a)available through Internal Audit’s homepage
Thank you for your time and participation
If questions please contact Ken Wilson at 47366 or email@example.com or Deb Martin firstname.lastname@example.org