A Case Study: Disappearing Printer Ink
2/1/2021 (11:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
- Brian Molloy, Chief of Investigations for the Office of the City Auditor, City of Austin
- Michael Yamma, Senior Investigator for the Office of the City Auditor, City of Austin
Description: For close to a decade an Austin Public Library employee took advantage of his position with the City, his access to City credit cards, and the lack of oversight from his bosses. He ultimately stole approximately $1.5 million in printer toner and personal electronics. This webinar will present a case study of the fraud and waste investigation we conducted to identify what this employee stole, how he stole it, and who should have discovered this scheme. Attendees will learn useful investigative steps for asset misappropriation cases. In addition, we will cover proactive steps any organization can take to detect and prevent asset misappropriate.
About the Speaker(s):
Brian Molloy is an experienced fraud investigator, compliance professional, and licensed attorney. He has completed hundreds of investigations in the health care, alcoholic beverage, and government sectors.
Michael Yamma was the lead investigator on this $1.5 million fraud case, and is experienced in fraud investigation as well as public health and utility audits.
Background news stories about this case can be found here:
KVUE: Second suspect indicted in Austin Public Library printer toner case
Austin American-Statesman: City auditor: Ex-employee at Austin library stole $1.3 million in printer toner
FOX23: Former Austin library employee arrested on suspicion of stealing, reselling $1.3M in printer toner
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