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On September 15 and 16, 2014, challenge your thinking on internal accountability and controls, and discover how to lower the risks of wrongdoing in your organization. This two-day training event will bring together leaders in government, academia and private industry to discuss the latest innovative techniques and lessons learned from various schemes.
Learn how to solve real internal control issues and eliminate fraud, waste and abuse. Topics include:
Detecting and preventing fraud. Fraud is an old problem, but technology is providing would-be perpetrators with new techniques for targeting government programs. Hear about the latest techniques for preventing and detecting fraud.
Data analytics. Government agencies have access to more data than ever before, but converting it into useful information is a challenge. Learn how to leverage data analytics to identify potential fraud and target investigative resources more efficiently.
Internal control. How can your department or agency improve its control environment? Sessions will address internal controls from the perspectives of program management, risk reduction, and elimination of fraud, waste and abuse.
Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (IPERA). Hear the latest on efforts to root out improper payments from experts in several federal agencies.
Payments cards. Government charge and prepaid cards offer benefits including convenience and cost savings, but they also come up with risks. Learn how different agencies protect against misuse of payment cards.
AGA's 2014 Internal Control & Fraud Prevention Training Event.
September 15-16, 2014
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
Accenture Federal Services delivers solutions that help government agencies seize opportunities amid significant challenges and change. Our most recent research, thought leadership, credentials and offerings include:
Accenture’s highly skilled professionals have deep consulting and technology expertise, and vast experience working with private and public sector organizations to implement public service transformation. Accenture Federal Services’ team members featured at the 2014 AGA Internal Control & Fraud Prevention Training Event include:
Kevin Greer is a managing director in Accenture’s Health & Public Service Finance & Enterprise Performance group. With over 22 years of finance, accounting, and information management advisory service to CFOs, he supports Federal civilian, defense, and Intelligence agency transformation and finance projects. Greer specializes in Federal financial management, governance, risk and compliance and enterprise effectiveness to include shared services and business process improvement. His clients include the departments of the Navy, Army, Agriculture, Energy, Defense Commissary Agency, Treasury, Homeland Security and Veterans Administration.
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Senior Manager, Analytics Delivery Lead
Chris is a Senior Manager with Accenture Federal Services and responsible for the delivery of Analytics projects across Federal Health, Human Services, and Public Sector Financial clients. Chris has over 20 years of experience helping Government and Commercial clients improve financial and operational outcomes using applied analytics, business intelligence, and digital content solutions. He specializes in the design and delivery of solutions for fraud detection and prevention, customer service, and marketing optimization using predictive and statistical modeling, data mining, visualization, and business process workflow integration.
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The following session will include an industry expert panelist and Accenture Federal Services executives:
A Structured Approach to the Elimination of Improper Payments.
Monday, September 15, 10:30 AM to 11:45 AM.
Federal, state, and local agencies are increasingly looking towards technology to deliver effective and efficient methods of reducing improper payments. Governments are applying advanced analytics to their existing data, systems, and processes to achieve this goal. Learn more about how they are partnering across agencies to correlate critical data repositories, using the latest analytic technologies and techniques, and applying some of their best resources to recovering erroneous payments in their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (food stamp) program.
September 4, 2014
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