Fraud Reviews. The Board of Regents has established an Anti-
Fraud Policy in Chapter VIII, Paragraph 1 of these Rules and
Regulations. The Director of Audits and Analysis will make
every reasonable and lawful effort to protect the rights and the
reputations of those involved in an internal audit review
involving allegations of fraud, including the
employee/complainant who reports alleged fraud; the
individual(s) interviewed during the resultant review; and the
individual(s)/entity(ies) against whom the allegations were made.
The Director of Audits and Analysis is charged with
responsibility for coordinating review activities as necessary with
component Internal Audit Directors, component police departments, the Office of Vice Chancellor and General Counsel,
human resources office(s), and appropriate external law
enforcement and other oversight agencies.
Fraud review results are not routinely disclosed or discussed with
anyone other than those who have a legitimate need to know. In
the event that a review substantiates fraudulent activities, the
Director or his/her designee will prepare and distribute a report in accordance with Paragraph 7.93 of this Chapter. The Director
will communicate substantiated fraud committed by System
employees to the State Auditor’s Office in accordance with Texas
Government Code §321.022.