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’ “Also Mr Wells says Tai Poutini is inflating student numbers by enrolling tutors as ‘ghost students’ to boost funding and rort the system.” source“Board chairman Joe Butterfield and chief executive Carole Heatly issued a joint statement saying the move followed advice from forensic investigation firm Beattie Varley into South Link Health expenditure.
The spent funds have been at the centre of a long-running dispute with South Link Health since 2002.
Super-frauds are defined as cases where the value is greater than m.
KPMG Fraud Barometer – June 2011: – key insights “These figures show that there has been no let up in large frauds continuing to occur and brought before the New Zealand courts.
In 2011 the Pricewaterhouse Coopers Global Economic Crime Survey found that 49.5% of respondents indicated they had been victims of at least some level of fraud.
“…the incidence of ‘super frauds’ continues to drive the aggregate value of frauds to record annual levels.
In 2010 the Dominion Post reported that the Department failed to disclose to Parliament a huge contract it gave to one company by claiming that the company provides services and maintenance but “the contract is not to a contractor”.
He and Pan each pleaded guilty to four bribery and corruption charges laid by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and were sentenced to home detention after appearing in Auckland District Court..
Originally budgeted at million, the cost of the service blew out to million.
Several former Honeywell employees work for Corrections, manage Corrections’ contract with Honeywell and even approve payments to Honeywell.
source Mr Cunliffe asked in Parliament how the polytechnic could compress a one-year course into a one-week course and get full funding for it, and also enrol tutors as students to get extra money.
“In a letter Tony Wells, acting general manager of SARINZ, asks: ‘Are students aware that as SAR responders their lives are being forsaken so the polytech can make money?