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System will support Counter Fraud Data Alliance in cross-sector effort to fight fraud. The Cabinet Office has begun to work on the development of a repository for public and private sector organisations to share data on ‘known fraud’.
The figures, released by City of Wolverhampton Council's audit and risk committee, show in 2017 there has been a total of 13,526 matches between the council's records and a government database set up to detect fraud.
Scientific misconduct is more than just an academic problem – it has repercussions for real people
The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) said its new state-of-the-art algorithms can detect a number of identity cloning techniques which have been commonly used by organised criminal gangs committing mass-scale benefit fraud.
Camden Council worker jailed for three years after making list of vulnerable targets for fraudsters
A nurse who fraudulently claimed almost £90,000 in benefits has been struck off.
The council insists its planning process was “not compromised in any way” by the Alpha Square allegations.
ITT issued for £4m contract procuring a supplier to deliver all aspects of the National Fraud Initiative, including data matching and IT services
A Leicestershire council was conned out of more than £200,000 in a phishing scam.
The European Commission proposed new measures to tackle tax fraud on goods traded across countries that are estimated to cost European Union countries over 50 billion euros (£44 billion) in lost revenues every year.
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