AGA Internal Control & Fraud Prevention Training

AGA’s Internal Control & Fraud Prevention Training has a rich history of providing the latest and greatest developments in the field.  Together we can find solutions and make a difference in our workplace and in the government finance profession as it relates to internal controls and minimizing fraud, waste and abuse. 

Guidehouse Sessions: 

Moving Beyond Internal Controls over Financial Reporting

Date/Time: September 21st at 10:30 am EDT

About the Session: The revised OMB Circular A-123, Appendix A expanded the focus of what agencies must consider to support their annual assurance statements. However, this revision is less prescriptive than the previous version, providing agencies flexibility to focus resources on value-added activities. In this session we will discuss how agencies are keeping Internal Controls over Financial Reporting relevant, as well as expansions into assessing controls over Shared Service entities, Data Act, and Entity Level Controls, among others. 

Moderator: Amber Heimberg, Director at Guidehouse

Speakers: Shonya Carlock, Deputy Chief of the Risk Management and Internal Control Division, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Office

An In Depth Look at the AGA Fraud Survey's Qualitative Interviews

Date/Time: September 22nd at 1:30 pm EDT

About the Session: As part of the latest fraud survey, AGA and Guidehouse conducted a number of qualitative interviews to discuss and uncover trends, best practices, lessons learned and success stories from government financial professionals. Join us as some of the interviewees share their insights. 

Moderator: Caitlin McGurn, Partner at Guidehouse





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