Mr. Sarmad Azhar, MSA, CFE

Contact Details


"A deviant is willing to publicly point out flaws in the current strategy, along with possible repercussions. By doing so, the deviant forces the other members of a team to defend the current direction, and possibly to explore alternative paths.
Someone willing to act as the team deviant is difficult to find, since the required behavior goes against the close-knit nature of an effective group. Also, there may be peer pressure to keep quiet, especially if a re-evaluation of the team’s direction could slow down completion of the expected deliverable or impose additional costs. Consequently, the team leader needs to be quite supportive of this person’s activities, particularly in regard to shielding him from the negative comments of the rest of the team."

Steven M. Bragg


University of Dallas
Irving, Texas, United States
Masters of Science, 2019
2017 To 2019

University of New Orleans
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Masters of Science, 2011
Healthcare Management
2010 To 2011

The Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Bachelor of Science, 2002
Biological Sciences
1998 To 2002


  • Contract and Procurement Fraud
  • Ethics
  • Financial Institution Fraud
  • Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting
  • Fraud Examination/Investigation
  • Fraud Prevention
  • Government/Law Enforcement
  • Healthcare Fraud
  • International Investigations and Global Issues
  • Money Laundering (or AML)
  • Tax Fraud

Job History

Senior Accountant
Plano, TX, United States
April 2021 - present