Training on Fraud in the Government Sector

Thursday, May 22, 2014

This year's training will bring together leaders in government to discuss policy and legislation, organizational best practices, analytics and audit techniques, and technologies for identifying and fighting fraud, waste, and abuse (FWA) in public sector organizations. The event will also include an update on FWA in the US health care system, a very relevant topic in the current administration. Speakers will offer a dynamic, valuable, and educational setting representing organizations and agencies across the government such as: Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Department of Defense, Department of Agriculture, US Postal Service, Department of Education, and the Data Transparency Coalition.

Don't miss this opportunity to share best practices, to discuss solutions to fraud schemes, to network with your peers, and to learn from industry experts. This training offers 8 hours of CPE.

2013 Training Podcast

2014 Preliminary Agenda

 

Who Should Attend:

  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Senior-Level Managers and Executives
  • Data Analytics Professionals
  • Investigators and Law Enforcement
  • Accountants, Auditors
  • CGFMs, CPAs
  • Office of Inspector General
  • Fraud Examiners / Researchers

 

2014 Speakers:

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Executive Director, Data Transparency, Bureau of the Fiscal Service

 

 

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Richard T. Ginman

Director, Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy

 

 

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Lauren McLean

Office of Inspector General, Department of Defense

 

 

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Edward Slevin

Office Inspector General, Department of Education

 

 

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Hudson Hollister

Executive Director, Data Transparency Coalition

  

 

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Aaron Brehove

Body Language Institute, CFE

 

 

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CMS/CPI Health Care Fraud

 

Bryan Jones

Office of Inspector General, US Postal Service

Ray Wedgeworth

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Ron Ward

United States Department of Agriculture

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