The chief auditor, except as otherwise noted in the Governance Manual, is subject to the executive director's management authority and has no other access to the Board. The MOSERS Board of Trustees has established an Audit Committee Charter to assist them in fulfilling their responsibilities for the financial reporting process, the system of internal control, the audit process, risk management practices, and the prevention and detection of fraud.Nicki E. Russell, CIA, CPA, MPA
Reporting Suspected Fraud, Waste, or Abuse
The Reporting Suspected Fraud, Waste, or Abuse Form is available so that you may report any suspicions of fraud, waste, or abuse within or related to MOSERS. Use this form to make us aware of any situations listed below:
- Dishonest or fraudulent act that impacts MOSERS
- Financial exploitation of one of our retirees that relates to MOSERS
- Misappropriation of funds, securities, supplies, or other MOSERS assets
- Vendors who may be defrauding MOSERS
- Disclosure by MOSERS of confidential or proprietary information to outside parties
- Forgery, alteration, or falsification of records related to or that impact MOSERS
- Personal gain or other inappropriate advantage obtained by someone at MOSERS from a relationship with a vendor or MOSERS itself (e.g. conflict of interest, bribery, or insider trading)
- Improper handling or reporting of money or financial transactions that relate to MOSERS
All information received will be electronically directed to the MOSERS Office of Internal Audit and will be investigated. We encourage you to report information in good faith and to refrain from making false accusations as we take all reports seriously.
This form should be used solely for reporting suspected fraud, waste, or abuse to the MOSERS Office of Internal Audit. It is NOT for general questions or comments regarding MOSERS benefits. Please email any general comments or questions to email@example.com or call (800) 827-1063.