Mitigate fraud with ethics and compliance standards
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The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimates the cost of fraud in U.S. organizations at 7 percent of annual revenues, or $994 billion. While fraud affects every industry, the government and public sectors are the second most commonly impacted, after financial services. Some of these fraud scenarios may include bribery, conflicts of interest, inventory theft, financial misappropriations, and unfortunately, many more. How can government agencies manage these activities, and better still, prevent them?
Join us on Wednesday, Aug. 28 to understand what your organization should do to prevent, detect and respond to fraud, waste and abuse. Topics include:
- Essential parts of an entity-wide ethics and compliance program
- Who should be involved in the program
- The importance of risk assessments
- Must-have programs to detect fraud, waste and abuse
- Immediate next steps if fraud occurs
Who should attend?
Governmental organization professionals interested in learning more about fraudulent activities and how to implement a proactive fraud risk management strategy