Fraudulent statements (fraud) – includes
- On the financial side includes fictitious revenue or improper disclosure.
- On the non-financial side includes falsified employments credentials and abuse of privileged information.
WHAT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY AS AN EMPLOYEE?
In terms of the Code of Conduct of the Public Service, Chapter 2 of the Public Service Regulations, you are prohibited from using your official position to get benefits and favours.
YOU NEED TO KNOW the policies within DAC, what happens in your area of responsibility and what the law prescribes.
WHERE DO YOU REPORT FRAUD AND CORRUPTION?
- Chief Risk Officer
- Contact your Accounting Officer
- Contact Internal Audit or the
Chairman of the Audit Committee
- Department Security Officer
- If in doubt send an email to:
email@example.com or call 012-441-3097.
- The Presidential Hotline:17737
- The Public Service Commission
National anti-fraud hotline:
0800 701 701
- SMS: 39772
- Contact the office of the Auditor
- Contact the Public Protector
PROTECTION OF THE WHISTLE BLOWER!
The Protected Disclosures Act No 26 of 2000 is intended to protect all employees who make reports in good faith.
BLOW THE WHISTLE ON FRAUD AND CORRUPTION and PROMOTE ZERO TOLERANCE ON FRAUD.
WHY SHOULD OUR SERVICE PROVIDERS CARE ABOUT FRAUD AND CORRUPTION?
A service provider found guilty of dealing in tender corruption can be listed on the register for tender defaulters at National Treasury. This means that you will be banned from doing business with government for between 5 and 10 years.
This register is also open to the public.
Example: Corruption with service providers is where a person pays a bribe or requests a bribe to be awarded/to award a contract. The gratification is money or gifts received, entertainment, loans, employment or any other benefit.
If you offer a bribe you are already guilty of corruption!