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Procurement Fraud Risk Score
A self-assessment questionnaire to understand your preparedness to tackle fraud, misconduct and non-compliance in the Procurement Function

Welcome to the Procurement Fraud Risk Score section. This is a unique initiative by Deloitte’s Forensic practice in India to help Chief Procurement Officers (CPOs), Chief Compliance Officers (CCOs) and Chief Finance Officers (CFOs) to self-assess their organization’s preparedness to tackle fraud, misconduct and non-compliance in the Procurement Function.
As part of this assessment, you will be required to respond to 14 questions. Upon submitting the questionnaire, you will be asked to share your contact details. Meanwhile, our back-end systems will carry out a quick analysis and your Procurement Fraud Risk Score will be displayed on the screen, along with our key recommendations of actions that can be taken to improve the score.
All the information sought in the questionnaire is confidential and will not be used for any purpose other than to generate your Procurement Fraud Risk Score.
All individuals representing their organizations and undertaking this assessment will be eligible for one free workshop on handling procurement and contract management dilemmas, irrespective of their procurement fraud risk score. Contact details shared by you will enable us to coordinate the scheduling of this workshop at a mutually convenient time.

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