FEMA requires contract compliance in public works projects. In New Jersey, Superstorm Sandy prompted the state legislature to enact an “Integrity Monitoring” law to ensure that federal dollars would not fall victim to fraud waste and abuse.

As a Certified Fraud Examiner, Ms. Sirois was appointed as one of the state’s first integrity monitors. From 2015 – 2017, Ms. Sirois served as an independent third party monitoring a $17 million dollar waste water treatment plant recovery project to minimize the opportunities for fraud, waste, and abuse. Of equal significance was the requirement to assure compliance with federal and state law and regulatory requirements.

Good compliance habits are the same in both the public and private sector. SIA conducts collaborative risk assessments with an organization’s stakeholders to analyze risk exposure and the controls that do (or don’t) mitigate the risk. Prevention, detection and remediation can minimize your company’s fiscal and reputational risks.

SIA is a New Jersey Woman-owned Business Entity and Veteran Owned Business WBE/VOB entities. Consequently, SIA is registered with and participates in the New Jersey Small Business Set-Aside Program. When you hire SIA, it assists you in reaching in reaching your government contract set-aside goal.

  • Collusive Bidding / Bid Rigging
  • Payroll Fraud – Ghost Employees
  • Fraudulent / Inaccurate Requisitions / Invoices
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Bribing of Oversight Personnel
  • Lien Releases
  • MBE/WBE/DBE Fraud
  • Change Order Fraud
  • Material Substitutions and Workmanship
  • Site Security


Licensed, Bonded and Insured in:
  • New Jersey, Lic# 8475
  • Delaware, Lic# 19-215-A
  • Pennsylvania, Lic# 3488-2020
Certified Fraud Examiner #632961
Public Member District IX Office of Attorney Ethics
NJLPIA 2013 Investigator of the Year
Trustee, Executive Board, NJ Licensed Private Investigators Assoc.