The sector of public procurement is highly susceptible to fraud. With national infrastructures and healthcare services depending heavily on private contracts, 15% of taxpayers' money is lost to fraudulent deals. Besides the socio-economic impact, organizations are subject to significant reputational risks through the problem.
This case study illustrates how SL Professional was leveraged to establish the means, motive and evidence for a planned fraudulent deal, which implicated in-house personnel and an internal shadow within the winning vendor of a procurement tender. Discover how the subtlest ties were exposed despite concerted attempts at concealment.