Fraud Awareness. Audit, Business & Technology Committee September 23, 2004. Presentation Focus. Roles and Responsibilities Identifying and Reporting Setting the Tone. Organizational Structure. Roles and Responsibilities. Office of the Inspector General District Management and Staff
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Audit, Business & Technology Committee
September 23, 2004
The OIG is responsible for:
The OIG is responsible for :
District management is responsible for:
“We are committed to reporting gross mismanagement, significant waste of funds, abuse of authority, threats to safety, violations of our Code of Ethics, laws, rules, regulations, bulletins, policies and procedures, or other conduct that damages our integrity or reputation, to our supervisor, the Ethics Officer or the Inspector General.”
“The LAUSD encourages good faith reporting of all suspected violations of this Code of Conduct.”
“All suspected violations shall be reported immediately to the Office of the Inspector General or the Ethics Office for investigation.”
Intentional deception or misrepresentation made by a person with the knowledge that the deception could result in some unauthorized benefit to the person or someone else.
Incurring unnecessary costs as a result of inefficient or ineffective practices, systems, or controls.
Administrative violations of an organization’s policies, rules, regulations, or procedures resulting from the improper use of funds, equipment, supplies, or position.
1-866-LAUSD-OIG or 1-866-528-7364
Office of the Inspector General
Fraud Hotline Center
333 S. Beaudry Avenue, 12th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Management is responsible for: