In “Fraud Busters: You Think There’s Fraud at Your Company?” (23 Jan. 2019), GlobeSt.com spoke with K2 Intelligence about the varying roles that integrity monitors play in private and public construction projects. The article highlights how not only prevent fraud, waste, and abuse, but also ensure that projects are running according to their contractual obligations and that workers receive fair wages.
The article details how specialized these assignments are: “[The] monitors are part of the project with engineers and investigators throughout the site daily. They attend project meetings and evaluate change orders prior to approvals. These types of steps provide services distinguishable from traditional auditing.” Monitors provide these benefits either as a proactive measure or as a requirement for projects receiving state or federal funding.