Red Flags of Infrastructure Fraud (AUDT8005)


Red Flags of Infrastructure Fraud


The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) provides $1.2 trillion in federal spending over the next five years mostly in grants and contracts to states and local governments for public transit, railways, power grids, electric vehicles and buses, ferries, airports, waterways, climate change, broadband internet, environmental protection, drinking water, and transformation safety. This program of fast-moving money, with untested controls, provides vast opportunities for fraud and waste. Auditors, investigators, and grants and contract managers at all levels of government will need to be especially vigilant for possible schemes and red flag indicators of fraud that robs the public of funds and performance.

Who Should Attend?

Auditors, investigators, inspectors, contract, grant and program managers involved in approving IIJA project spending and monitoring performance and fund accountability.





Class Type:

This course is currently being offered in the following training modalities:

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the basics of IIJA, the agencies, the projects, and spending
  • Understand the basics of fraud and auditors’ and investigators’ responsibilities
  • Identify fraud schemes and indicators that are common to federally funded projects
  • Learn investigative techniques to assist agents and auditors in discovering procurement fraud
  • Understand the federal, civil, and criminal statutes that fraud schemes violate
  • Understand the basics of control standards, applications, and indicators of control weaknesses and vulnerabilities

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Learning Outcomes

Module 1

  • Basics of Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

Module 2

  • Auditors and investigators responsibility for detecting fraud

Module 3

  • Common schemes and indicators

Module 4

  • Auditing and investigative techniques

Module 5

  • Federal Criminal and Civil statutes

Module 6

  • Control standards and weaknesses

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