State loss analysis with investigation audit implementation on cheating indication of subsidized fertilizer distribution in the district x with fraud triangle analysis
Keywords:investigation audit, fraud, fraud triangle, subsidized fertilizers
This study aims to investigate fraud cases in the distribution process of subsidized fertilizers to disclose the facts in proving the fraud or commonly called the investigative audit. Fraud identification is done by applying an audit investigation on the distribution, use and supervision of subsidized fertilizer by analyzing the elements related to the fraud triangle. Fraud triangle theory is an idea that examines the causes of fraud. This idea was first coined by Donald R. Cressey (1953) which states that there are three conditions that are always present in every instance of fraud. The three conditions namely, pressure, opportunity and rationalization. The population of study is farmers, farmer groups, retailers and supervisor in PT. PUSRI Central Java marketing area. The sample selection was done in the District X to some farmers, farmer groups, retailers, and supervisors as witness. The data collection is done by applying the elements of the investigation that is observation, interview, and secret documentation process. Then indications of fraud were analyzed using analysis of fraud triangle. The results show that the fraud identified in the fraud on data collection of Definitive Plan for Group Needs (RDKK) and the lack of oversight and public ignorance about the mechanisms of subsidized fertilizer procurement. After conducting an investigative audit can be known perpetrators of fraud in the mechanisms of subsidized fertilizer. Aspects of the problem that there are indications of fraud, indications are all contain elements of fraud triangle.
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