By Crystal Wolf
Government agencies ultimately have the same objectives: support the public good and maintain the integrity of its programs. Our recent survey with the Association of Government Accountants (AGA), Reduce Government Fraud with a Dynamic Approach, found that data sharing can improve fraud prevention and detection efforts, but for various reasons, this data sharing is very limited. In fact, 51% of survey respondents indicated they were unable to access critical data needed to support anti-fraud program efforts.
Here we explore benefits of data sharing and steps to improve agency transparency and break down siloes.
While data sharing and transparency cannot happen overnight, by taking the above steps, agencies can foster a culture of sharing and trust to support the public good and maintain program integrity.
For more insights into how agencies are combating fraud, please download the survey.
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