Supplier Focus on a Specific Customer
Purchases from a single customer make up a significant proportion (70% or more) of the supplier’s revenue.
To identify such high-risk procurements, it’s essential to analyze data where the ratio of the customer’s procurement amount to the total procurement of the supplier exceeds 70%.
Internal Government Audit Committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan (IGAC)
Oversight of Compliance with the Republic of Kazakhstan’s Procurement Legislation, including Desk Audits
010000, Nur-Sultan city, Zhenis Avenue, 11.gov.kz/memleket/entities/kvga/about/structure/departments/leadership/1188/1?lang=ru
Regional Internal Audit Departments of the Republic of Kazakhstan (RIADs)
Territorial Divisions of the Internal Government Audit Committee of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Conducting Scheduled On-Site Audits
010000, Nur-Sultan city, Zhenis Ave, 11.gov.kz/memleket/entities/kvga/about/structure/100/1?lang=ru
Office of the Attorney General
010000, Nur-Sultan, Mangilik El Avenue, 14.gov.kz/memleket/entities/prokuror/contacts?lang=ru
Anti-Corruption Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Prevention, detection, suppression, disclosure, and investigation of economic and financial offenses.
010000, Nur-Sultan city, S. Seifullin street, 37.gov.kz/memleket/entities/anticorruption/contacts?lang=ru
The supplier has contracts only with a single customer for a large sum, and the company was registered just two months prior to the procurement. This case is considered one of the most indicative in 2023 concerning "shell companies."
"Indeed, it turned out that after supplying the police department with advanced weaponry for 523 million tenge and paying taxes, the LLC did not conduct any more transactions."