In fiscal year 2010, improper payments made by the federal government totaled $125 billion. Eighteen agencies identified 79 programs that are susceptible to significant improper payments based on federal risk assessments. Nearly every subsidy program suffers from fraud, waste and abuse.
Executive departments and Federal agencies must overcome significant obstacles to address root causes and will require additional tools and resources to make measurable progress.
Register today for this complimentary executive-level, educational breakfast where Keynotes and panelists will address:
- > How agencies can quickly analyze authoritative records and independent data sources to uncover relevant information for informed decision-making
- > How agencies put in place measurement plans to determine the estimated amount of improper payments
- > How agencies can identify fraud patterns and questionable activity
- > What solutions and data management tools are available to support OMB’s “Do Not Pay List” or “Payment Recapture Audits”
This is your opportunity to engage in discussion with senior procurement officials, Inspector Generals, chief financial officers, contracting personnel, academia and IT professionals on what solutions are available to proactively identify fraud, waste and abuse.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Registration & Breakfast:
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Program: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
The Willard Hotel
1401 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC 20004
Who Should Attend
>Senior Procurement Officials
>Chief Financial Officers