Auditor general’s spring 2017 fraud report

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Auditor general Michael Ferguson has released a report that looks at fossil fuel subsidies, changes to the temporary foreign workers program, custom duties and other issues at federal departments and agencies.

Tabled Tuesday, some of the highlights from Ferguson’s spring 2017 report read:

Auditor general’s suggestions on managing fraud risk

  • The Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Global Affairs, Indigenous and Northern Affairs, Health Canada and Public Services and Procurement should be doing more to assess and mitigate the risk of fraud and to ensure employees get mandatory training on values, ethics and conflict of interest, according to the report.
  • Neither Canada Border Services nor Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada are sufficiently monitoring or evaluating the controls they have in place to mitigate the risk of corruption among agents and officials.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.