The Digital Hub Development Agency (DHDA) is committed to the prevention of fraud and to the promotion of an anti-fraud culture.
DHDA operates a zero-tolerance attitude to fraud.
The purpose of this policy is to promote a culture which deters fraudulent activity, to facilitate the prevention, detection and investigation of fraud, to provide direction and assistance to those who may identify suspected fraud or corruption, to set out key responsibilities with regard to fraud prevention and detection as well as to set out some of the relevant penalties and sanctions for the committal of fraud.
This document sets out the DHDA’s Anti-Fraud Policy and provides guidance on the procedures to follow in reporting and investigating suspected cases of fraud. This policy is an integral part of the DHDA’s risk management process.