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Learn more about the events this year! 2023 is an exciting year for making improvements in Payment Integrity and Fraud Prevention. Click below to learn more.
The Federal Chief Information Officers (CIO) Council Innovation Committee accelerates the adoption of new practices, processes, and technologies in the U.S. Government. This in-person/hybrid symposium session, sponsored by the Innovation Committee, included the following topics:
- Welcome and Opening Remarks by the Innovation Committee Chairs, and several other senior agency officials.
- Fraud Motives, Means and Measures: A panel discussion led by the FAA CIO, and supported by panelists from IRS, SSA, FAA, and NSF.
- Combating Fraud, Mitigating Risk: A panel discussion led by the CEO of Dots & Bridges with representatives from Gartner, TRM Labs, Carnegie Mellon University, and MITRE.
- Leveraging Blockchain to help Reduce/Eliminate Improper Payment Fraud Risks: A session presented by NSF, NARA, and MITRE.
- Integrated Approach to Fraud Detection in Healthcare: a Panel discussion led by the Deputy CIO of the Dept of Education, and supported by panelists from DEA, HHS, CMS, and DOI.
- Agency Spotlights with representation by GSA Login.gov, DHS, and HRSA.
This lunchtime virtual session covered several interesting and engaging topics, including:
- Delivering Payment Integrity to Prevent Fraud and Improper Payments
- Fraud Risk Framework and Playbook
- A Whole Government Oversight Response
A copy of the presentation slides can be found here.
The virtual symposium held on June 22 from 11 to 1 PM discussed the following topics:
- Using GAO's Antifraud Resources and Reports to Understand and Combat Public Sector Fraud: This presentation will provide an overview of GAO's innovative resources for combatting fraud and recent pandemic fraud reports.
- Treasury's Payment Integrity Services for Oversight: Hear how Agency Inspectors General and the broader oversight community can leverage Treasury's Payment Integrity Services including case studies.
- Promoting Agency Program and Office of the Inspector General Collaboration: Hear about SSA's National Anti-Fraud Committee's promising practices such as the annual summit and how it is an effective tool to enhance agency-IG cooperation consistent with OMB Memo M-22-04.
We are very excited to formally invite Federal payment integrity, and fraud risk management, professionals to the next Symposium event which will be in hybrid format hosted at the GSA facility on Thursday September 14. For those attending in-person, registration will begin at 9:15 with sessions starting at 10:00 am and concluding at 3:30 pm (with a one-hour break for lunch).
At this event, come hear from senior government officials who will discuss substantive fraud and payment integrity breakthroughs happening across the government and participate in discussions to learn about:
- Treasury’s Account Verification Services and hear about how agencies have leveraged these services
- The five tenets of fraud and what to do with audits when they inevitably occur
- Best practices in reducing fraud.
Federal employees, or their relevant support contractors with government ID cards, may register for the event by clicking this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cfoc-fraud-payment-integrity-symposium-tickets-706174546077?aff=oddtdtcreator
Please click here for an advanced agenda.
Do you have a topic that you think should be discussed? Have a question that you'd like addressed at an upcoming Symposium? Or have a best practice that should be featured?
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