ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Roger Frank is a CIA and has worked in the auditing arena (external and internal) for 24 years and is currently the Director of Investigations and Management Assurance Services for the Office of Internal Audit at the University of Florida. Roger has extensive experience in controls evaluation and assessment, fraud detection and prevention, and informational interviewing. He began his auditing career with six years in public accounting with both Coopers & Lybrand and KPMG, serving clients in fields of healthcare, insurance, higher education, governmental operations and manufacturing. He then transitioned into internal auditing, working in a variety of industries including financial services, banking and trust, telecommunications, hospitality, real estate and retail. He joined the Office of Internal Audit at the University of Florida in 2007 where he is responsible for conducting investigations into allegations of financial fraud, conflicts of interest, and theft within the university.
Travel Fraud – Are You Being Taken for a Ride?
This presentation is designed to provide information and trends related to travel fraud. General information will include the types of travel fraud typically committed, the financial impact of travel fraud, discussion of how a careful review of travel documentation can help identify inappropriate or fraudulent travel activity, and controls specifically designed to prevent and detect travel fraud. The session will include, time permitting, the discussion of four cases of travel fraud investigated at the University of Florida that included fraud committed while on sabbatical, fraud committed through travel conducted for personal convenience rather than university business, and a scheme to defraud the university through vehicle rentals and undeclared reimbursements.