In January 2016, OSACO Humanitarian was engaged by the client to conduct an investigation into allegations that national staff in one of the client’s operations were engaged in a number of fraudulent activities (the fraud being estimated in the hundreds of thousands of USD) related to the procurement, receipt and utilisation of fuel.
In May 2016, OSACO Humanitarian was engaged by the client to conduct an investigation into an allegation that a large number of national staff working for one of the client’s operations were improperly engaged in a Conflict of Interest (outside employment).
In May 2017, following the review of a report submitted by OSACO Humanitarian with respect to an earlier investigation, and based on concerns raised by us in that report, the client engaged us to conduct an in-depth analysis of the electronic voucher programme it was utilised with a view to identifying the risk factors existing within the programme.
In January 2017, OSACO Humanitarian was engaged by the client to conduct an investigation into a complicated and long-term theft of assets – valued at USD250,000 - by national staff in collusion with external parties. In addition to the theft itself, the investigation dealt with allegations of fraudulent record-keeping aimed at covering up the theft.