FY21 External Audits
UA’s annual external audits for financial and federal assistance funding will begin soon. The external audit team from CliftonLarson will perform the audits. Their auditors will perform questionnaires, interviews and possibly walkthroughs to understand risks and controls. The audits are scheduled to be completed by mid-October.
Reporting Fraud Concerns
In accordance with Regents' Policy and University Regulation 05.02.090.Financial Fraud, Waste and Abuse, if you have suspicions about fraudulent activity that involves university funds or resources, please notify the System Office of Audit and Consulting Services. We will work with other offices as needed to determine the best course of action to follow-up and address the situation.
Reports may also be made using university’s third-party reporting system:
Toll-free hotline: 1-855-251-5719
Web intake form: www.alaska.ethicspoint.com
Reports may be anonymous. However, anonymous reports may limit the university’s ability to investigate and request additional information. The university encourages employees making reports to include a name and contact information. Employees who make a good faith report are protected from retaliation in accordance with Regents’ Policy 04.07.040, P04.08.040.A. and the Alaska Whistleblower Act AS 39.90.100 – 39.90.150.
Fraud Training Part II
Overview of Fraud Prevention and Detection – Part II: Let’s Take a Deeper Dive
May 4, 2021 – 10 – 11 am
Zoom Virtual Training - 60 minutes
Description: Ready to take a deeper dive into fraud detection and prevention? Through case studies, and working in small groups we will:
- Explore red flags
- Learn to identify key facts
- Consider the context of issues
- Determine methods to prevent and detect fraudulent activity
To register for Part II please complete the information on this SurveyMonkey link.
The zoom link for the virtual event will be emailed in the reminder email the day before the event to all confirmed registrants.