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Anti-Fraud

Anti-Fraud

Employees of the Education Authority (hereafter referred to as the Authority) have a responsibility to ensure that resources provided by the public purse are properly utilised in pursuit of the targets for which they were allocated and, in doing so, ensure that the scope for fraud to be perpetrated against the interests of the Authority is minimised. The Authority, in common with other public sector organisations, operates a zero tolerance policy in relation to fraud and requires all employees, at all times, to act honestly and with integrity, and to safeguard the public resources which have been entrusted to the Authority.
  • Adobe PDF Document
  • EA Anti Fraud Policy [pdf / 276KB] The purpose of this policy is to set out the responsibilities of Authority employees regarding both the prevention of fraud and the procedures to be followed where a fraud is detected or suspected.

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The Education and Library Boards (ELBs) were dissolved on 31 March 2015. The Education Authority was established on 01 April 2015 and is now responsible for all of the operational functions previously carried out by the five ELBs in accordance with the Education Orders.

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