Issues Email Site
Office of Audit and Control now maintains an off campus email address
(that is, it is an address that is not part of any University system)
that is only accessible by the auditor.
mail address is for the reporting of fraud and financial misconduct
issues only where the sender is not comfortable sending the information
through the University system. All information received at this
address will remain confidential, as will the identity of the sender
unless permission is granted. Before sending any mail, read all
the Hot Issues frequently asked questions
(FAQ) for details and download the Reporting Form (as a Word
file) or submit using the html version.
sender should be aware of the following before sending email:
auditor has an open door policy for all reporting; however, the
auditor does not handle Union disputes nor does informing the auditor
of an incident guarantee visible action from the auditor. See
auditor will review and evaluate all received reports. In order
for action to be taken, generally facts will be needed. Verifiable
facts or documented facts are the best evidence for any report.
The auditor will determine what action will be taken after evaluation
of the received report. This could be anything from no action to
a full-scale audit. Every piece of information may be helpful but
it may not always be enough by itself to form an opinion at the
time received. While opinions, stories, speculations and rumors
may be helpful in piecing together an overall picture of a situation
or in giving advance warning of a problem, until enough verifiable
facts can be gathered, a final opinion or a course of action cannot
generally be made. See FAQ page.