Procurement Fraud: Prevention & Investigation

Procurement is the acquisition of goods and / or services that are appropriate at the
best possible cost to meet the needs of the purchaser in terms of quality and quantity time.
Procurement Fraud can be defined as dishonestly obtaining an advantage, avoiding an
obligation or causing a loss to public property various means during procurement process by
public servants, contractors or any other person involved in the procurement.
In the process, the procurement of goods and services are vulnerable to fraud, ranging
from “ selling information”, to be discriminatory to prospective suppliers, to manage the
procurement or tender process with the goal of obtaining the “ success fee “ or a “ mark up
price “ for personal gain.
In fact, in almost all types of companies often found that the deviations are caused by
fraud that causes significant losses. In the relationship with a huge risk in the procurement
process for goods and services, then, should have an effort and right strategies to prevent,
detect, and disclose fraud likely to occur in the procurement of goods and services.


By following this course, participants are expected to be able to identify why the fraud
could occur, what causes it, and how to minimize the risk of fraud. In addition, there will
also be taught the code of conduct, evaluation and monitoring system as a preventive
action so that all parties understand the task of the procurer.


1. Introduction to Procurement Fraud

2. Transparency and Accountability Principles

3. Common Types of Procurement Fraud

4. Criteria for gross misconduct, criminal, and civil cases

5. Fraud detection methods

6. Handling Procurement Fraud

7. Constructing Preventive Policy and Control System

8. Socializing and Implementing Policy

9. Fraud Case Study


Ir. Surono, MBA.


Project Manager, Purchasing, Logistic and Supply Chain, Internal Auditor, Finance, CEO, and
whoever who wants to explore the knowledge and experience about Procurement Fraud.


This course will be using the method of presentation to understand the concepts, discussion and sharing experience or case studies. At the end of the session, the participant will be directed in making the action plan that will be applied after returning to the workplace.


• Dec 14th – 16th 2011
• At Pullman Bali legian Nirwana Hotel, Bali.


Training Fee: IDR 15.000.000,- / participant ( non residential )
Special Rate: Rp. 14.500.000,-/ participant (non residential) for minimum 3 participants from the same company.
Special Rate: Rp. 14.000.000,-/ participant (non residential) for minimum 5 participants from the same company.


• Five stars convenience meeting room at the Pullman Bali
• 2x coffee break and lunch
• Training kit
• Hard and soft copy material
• Certificate
• Souvenir

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