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- 2 CPEs Available
Fraud poses a significant risk to the integrity of federal programs and erodes public trust in government. Managers of federal programs maintain the primary responsibility for enhancing program integrity and managing fraud risks. Hear from two individuals tasked with combating government fraud and learn from their unique perspectives.
This webinar will present:
- An overview of the Government Accountability Office’s Fraud Risk Management Framework, released in July 2015 and developed in part with guidance from state and local audit associations.
- A discussion of the Department of Health and Human Services’ “Medicare
- Takedown,” a wide-ranging antifraud initiative that succeeded in June 2015 through a partnership among federal agencies with assistance from state and local levels.
- Ryan S. Coble, Special Agent, Office of the Inspector General, HHS
- Linda S. Miller, Assistant Director, Homeland Security and Justice, GAO
Learning Objective: Understand how government financial managers at federal, state and local levels can use GAO’s Fraud Risk Management Framework to develop or enhance efforts to manage fraud risks in a strategic, risk -based manner. Understand the OIG’s role in auditing and investigating fraud through recent examples of HHS -OIG’s efforts to investigate healthcare fraud.
Topic: FRAUD RISK MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS
Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Time: 1:00 – 2:15 p.m.
Cost: Free for Members, $10, for Non-Members
Place: WHEDA — 201 W Washington, 1st Floor conference room
Reservations: Register below, or contact Sherri Voigt by 1 p.m. on Friday, October 16, 2015 with your name, membership status, at (608) 266-2814 or firstname.lastname@example.org.