As a staff member of the Office of Inspector General, you are the government's first line of defense against financial crimes within your organization. It is no longer enough to recover stolen funds—you must quickly access, analyze, and act on information to prevent fraud, waste, and abuse.
ArcGIS is a complete platform that allows you to aggregate and visualize data, find the trends, and proactively stop crimes before the money is lost.
Fraud is being perpetuated by increasingly sophisticated technologies, and you need to stay ahead of the curve. With ArcGIS, your auditors and investigators can access data through an open platform and use it to quickly optimize workflows, increase return on investment, and share successes with the public.
Stop fraud, waste, and abuse now with ArcGIS.
GovLoop and Esri share best practices and tips to how agencies can use GIS to help fight fraud. Learn why fraud continues to be a challenge for agencies, how mapped data empowers fraud investigations, and how maps can help agencies find anomalies faster to save agencies money.
Esri technology can quickly detect, analyze and predict patterns of fraud, waste and abuse. In this whitepaper you’ll learn how GIS is a critical tool in detecting fraud, ways government agencies use GIS to combat waste and abuse, and how your organization can implement GIS to help detect fraud.
Organizing your data and making it transparent, so that analysts and investigators can work from the same visual platform.
Revealing patterns and detecting trends, enabling you to prevent fraud, waste, and abuse from happening.
Sharing the good work of your organization through maps that the public can easily understand.