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Region Type of Wrongdoing Description Estimated Loss to UNOPS Action Taken 1526 Africa Fraud and financial irregularity Submission of false information for visa request No financial loss Vendor referred to VRC. 1528 Asia and the Pacific Fraud and financial irregularity Fraudulent bidding by vendors Unclear or unknown Vendors referred to VRC. 2507 Asia and the Pacific Fraud and financial irregularity (vendor collusion) Fraudulent bidding by vendors Unclear or unknown Vendors referred to VRC. 2511 Africa Fraud and financial irregularity Fraudulent bidding by vendors Unclear or unknown Vendors referred to VRC. 2527 Africa Fraud and financial irregularity Consultant embezzled funds from project USD 215,633 Subject referred to HRLO and national authorities; matter under review. Vendor referred to VRC. 2528 Asia and the Pacific External compliance (medical fraud) Consultant submitted fraudulent medical insurance claims USD 217 Subject referred to HRLO and matter under review. 2533 Asia and the Pacific External compliance (medical fraud) Consultant submitted fraudulent medical insurance claims No financial loss Subject referred to HRLO, but left before process completed; individual will not be rehired. 2538 Asia and the Pacific Fraud and financial irregularity Former consultant steered contracts to several vendors, which were all related to one another Unclear or unknown Vendors referred to VRC (former consultant previously referred to HRLO). (...) Referral to national authorities recommended. 2013/16 Asia and the Pacific External compliance (medical fraud) Consultant submitted fraudulent medical insurance claims USD 3,296 Subject referred to HRLO and matter under review. 2013/18 Asia and the Pacific External compliance (medical fraud) Consultants submitted fraudulent medical insurance claims USD 23,636 27 subjects referred to HRLO and matters under review.
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Score: 1094958.2 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...lish/DPOPS2014-3_Annex%204.doc
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The case is currently pending. 11 2013/33 Africa Fraud and financial irregularity Fraudulent bidding by vendors (collusion) Unknown Vendors referred to VRC. 12 2013/41 Asia and the Pacific External compliance (medical fraud) Consultant submitted fraudulent medical insurance claims USD 310 (under suspicion: USD 2,261) Subject referred to HRLO. (...) Contract termination. 21 2014/14 North America External compliance (medical fraud) Consultant submitted fraudulent medical insurance claims None (attempted: USD 4,655) Subject referred to HRLO. The case is currently pending. 22 2014/15 Africa External compliance (medical fraud) Consultant submitted fraudulent medical insurance claims None Subject referred to HRLO.
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Score: 1091585.4 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...lish/DPOPS2015-3_Annex%204.doc
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These fraudulent schemes mislead individuals with the purpose to extract money and/or personal information. (...) Financial loss and identity theft could result from the sending of money or personal information to those issuing such fraudulent correspondence. If you fall victim to fraud, it is recommended that you contact immediately local law enforcement authorities. If you wish to report any potential fraudulent activities related to UNICEF, please contact UNICEF’s Office of Internal Audit and Investigations .  
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Score: 1081321.2 - https://www.unicef.org/careers/beware-fraudulent-job-offers
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In addition, these scams seek to obtain personal details and, in some cases, money from the recipients of such fraudulent correspondences, including (but not limited to) by requesting recipients to urgently send the scammers: (1) a copy of the recipient’s passport or proof of identification, (2) his/her nationality, (3) his/her occupation, and (4) the recipient’s mailing address, email address and telephone number, in order to enable the scammers to process the fraudulent lottery compensation prize payment. WHO seeks to warn the public at large that the “COVID-19 Lottery Compensation Prize” is a fraudulent scam being falsely perpetrated in the name of WHO through different channels (e.g., via email, from Internet websites such as www.capitalfinanceinc.net, etc.). (...) WHO asks the public to remain vigilant against fraudulent emails and recommends the use of reliable sources to obtain factual information about COVID-19 and other health issues.   
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Score: 1078622.6 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...ssociation-with-who-and-others
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E-mail fraud, commonly referred to as “phishing,” is the use of e-mail and fraudulent Web sites to trick recipients into disclosing financial information such as your company’s financial statements and website information (such as United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM – www.ungm.org ) log-in name and password). It has been noted that fraudulent emails will likely use public websites, such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail accounts (e.g., un.procurement@gmail.com , unpd@yahoo.com , unitednationsvendor@gmail.com , unregistration@hotmail.com ). Also, fraudulent emails will often ask for payment of fees or transfers of money to a designated bank account.
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Score: 1077557.7 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/b...endor-alert-fraudulent-e-mails
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E-mail fraud, commonly referred to as “phishing,” is the use of e-mail and fraudulent Web sites to trick recipients into disclosing financial information such as your company’s financial statements and website information (such as United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM – www.ungm.org ) log-in name and password). It has been noted that fraudulent emails will likely use public websites, such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail accounts (e.g., un.procurement@gmail.com , unpd@yahoo.com , unitednationsvendor@gmail.com , unregistration@hotmail.com ). Also, fraudulent emails will often ask for payment of fees or transfers of money to a designated bank account.
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Score: 1077557.7 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/node/19558
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The IATA/CAWG also proposes that Contracting States, where possible, seek to seize fraudulent, falsified or counterfeit travel documents as specified by standard 3.46, or those held by an imposter at departure and transit points. (...) Therefore, in order to guide both aircraft operator and public authorities in the Contracting States, IATA/CAWG developed and publically released its “Guidelines Relating to Persons Identified as Holding Fraudulent or Falsified Travel Documents” (“the Guidelines”) in December 2010. (...) Other incidences have been reported in which the Public Authorities request (or require) that the aircraft operator confiscate fraudulent, falsified or counterfeit travel documents or those held by an imposter rather than an official of that State making the seizure.
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Score: 1072035.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...alp7-2012/WP7/FALP7.WP7.EN.pdf
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None 1 The case is currently pending with the HRLO. 10 2017/58 Africa External Compliance (insurance fraud) A consultant submitted fraudulent medical insurance claims. None 1 The case is currently pending with the HRLO. 11 2018/01 Middle East External Compliance (insurance fraud) A consultant submitted a fraudulent medical insurance claim. (...) None 0 The case is currently pending with the VRC. 26 2018/22 Africa External Compliance (insurance fraud) A consultant submitted a fraudulent medical insurance claim. None 1 The case is currently pending with the HRLO. 27 2018/24 Asia Fraud and Financial Irregularity A vendor submitted a fraudulent registration certificate to UNOPS. None 0 The case is currently pending with the VRC. 28 2018/26 Asia Fraud and Financial Irregularity A vendor submitted fraudulent documents regarding past experience during a UNOPS tender.
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Score: 1070621.4 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...OPS2019-4%20-%20Annex%204.docx
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Coordination Saves Lives 4 – Value of Losses or Potential Losses Impact of fraudulent action on the Budget and assets of the Project(s) involved. (...) Failure to notify OCHA of fraudulent incidents may constitute grounds for immediate termination of the Agreement or any other remedial action deemed necessary by OCHA. The HFU and all OCHA staff also have an obligation to report any credible allegations of fraudulent acts they become aware of to the attention of the Head of the Office and FCS in NY.
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Score: 1070621.4 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...a/files/dms/SHF_OM_Annex13.pdf
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Coordination Saves Lives 4 – Value of Losses or Potential Losses Impact of fraudulent action on the Budget and assets of the Project(s) involved. (...) Failure to notify OCHA of fraudulent incidents may constitute grounds for immediate termination of the Agreement or any other remedial action deemed necessary by OCHA. The HFU and all OCHA staff also have an obligation to report any credible allegations of fraudulent acts they become aware of to the attention of the Head of the Office and FCS in NY.
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Score: 1070621.4 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...ent%20acts%20by%20partners.pdf
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