The Government Anti-Fraud Summit

Protection, Detection, and Response Strategies for Agencies

March 20-21, 2019
Embassy Suites Inner Harbor | Baltimore, MD

The Government Anti-Fraud Summit offers non-technical yet practical information for government professionals looking to combat abuse, waste, and fraud.  Learn practices and techniques for improving internal controls, quickly identifying misuse, and strategic actions for improving program integrity.  Join us in March to hear how other agencies are utilizing ERM, fraud analytics, and new technology to bolster their fraud risk management programs

Earn up to 13.5 CPE credits

Key topics will include

Digging into the Fraud Risk Playbook
Update: The GAO’s Framework for Managing Fraud Risks in Federal Programs
The Intersection of Enterprise Risk Management and Fraud Prevention

Fraud Analytics with Limited Resources
Blockchain: Anti-Fraud Tech or Marketing Hype?
How Cyber-Fraud Targets and Exploits Government

Who will you meet?

  • Federal, state, and local government professionals with the following responsibilities:
  • Program manager, director, or managing director
  • Financial officer
  • Risk managers and officers
  • Data officers and analysts
  • Auditors
  • Accountants
  • Inspectors General
  • Investigators

Benefits of attending

Get updates on the GAO’s fraud risk framework, hear lessons learned from OMB’s A-123 implementation, and get the latest on the Treasury’s Playbook
Learn how to utilize the tech you already have to help improve internal controls
Hear how new systems are allowing government agencies to identify and respond to abuse earlier
Discover how to use behavioral science to discourage fraudulent activities
Interact, network, and engage with anti-fraud professionals from other federal, state, and local agencies


Rebecca Shea

Audit Director, Forensic Audits and Investigative Service, Government Accountability Office

Anne S. Parker

Internal Revenue Service

Latesha Love

Assistant Director, Forensic Audits and Investigations, Government Accountability Office

Victoria Adams

Global and US Government, ConsenSys

Heather Pajak

Senior Policy Analyst, Office of Management and Budget

Hypolite Pene

Internal Control Program Manager, Corporation for National Community Service

Linda Miller

Fraud Risk Management Practice Lead, Grant Thornton LLP

Domenyck A. Schweyer

Information Assurance Manager, Cotton & Company LLP

Bill Roberts

Analytics and Cognitive, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Randy Gillespe

Director - UI Integrity Center, National Association of State Workforce Agencies

Scott D. Gaines

Policy Analyst, Office of Management and Budget

Daniel Kaneshiro

Senior Policy Analyst, Financial Integrity & Risk Management Branch, Office of Management and Budget

Kurtis Minder

Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, GroupSense

Danielle Gerwurz

Manager, Fraud Modeling Project, Deloitte Consulting, LLP



March 2019


  • 8:00 AM

    Workshop Registration and Networking Continental Breakfast

  • 8:45 AM

    Conference Sessions:

    • - Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
    • - The Fraud Risk Playbook from the Department of the Treasury and CFOC
  • 10:00 AM

    Networking & Exhibit Break

  • 10:15 AM

    Conference Sessions

    • - Update: The GAO’s Framework for Managing Fraud Risks in Federal Programs
    • - A Risk Based Approach to Payment Integrity
  • 12:00 PM


  • 1:00 PM

    Conference Sessions

    • - The Intersection of Enterprise Risk Management and Fraud Prevention
    • - President’s Management Agenda: CAP Goal #9 – Getting Payments Right
  • 2:30 PM

    Networking Break

  • 2:45 PM

    Conference Sessions

    • - Afternoon Exercise: Performing a Fraud Risk Assment
    • - Case Study: Using Behavioral Science to Discourage Fradulent Activities
  • 5:00 PM

    Networking Reception

  • 6:00 PM

    End of Day


March 2019


  • 8:00 AM

    Networking Breakfast

  • 8:45 AM

    Conference Sessions:

    • - Chairperson’s Recap of Day One
    • - Centralizing Data to Prevent and Detect Fraud
  • 10:00 AM

    Networking Break

  • 10:15 AM

    Conference Sessions

    • - Using Recommendation Algorithms for Data Validation
    • - How Cyber-Fraud Targets and Exploits Government
  • 12:00 PM

    Networking Luncheon

  • 1:00 PM

    Conference Sessions

    • - Blockchain: Anti-Fraud Technology or Marketing Hype?
    • - R for Fraud Analytics
  • 3:00 PM

    End of Day


Strategic Partner


Embassy Suites Baltimore Inner Harbor

222 St. Paul Pl
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 727-2222

The newly renovated Embassy Suites by Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor features state-of-the-art amenities in the heart of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.

Enjoy proximity to the National Aquarium and Science Center, shops, dining venues, and the Mt. Vernon Cultural District, all within walking distance.

Embassy Suites Baltimore

​IEN has negotiated a special room rate. Once the room block sells out, pricing and availability will be at the venue’s discretion. Please book early.

Call 855-271-9776 and mention code INX to reserve your room. IEN has reserved a room block at the rate of $129 per night. The cut-off date to receive the negotiated rate is 2/22/19.

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CPE Credit Information

Program Learning Objectives: Conference participants will gain advanced knowledge of fraud risk management practices for public sector agencies. They will also get relevant guidance on how to more effectively utilize technology, analytics, and internal controls to comply with audit rules and regulations.
Program Description: This event will primarily cover fraud risk management practices and technologies. Additionally, this course will offer perspectives from federal agencies on fraud prevention, detection, and response.
Program Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Working knowledge of government auditing and accounting practices.
Advanced Preparation: None
Instructional Delivery Method: None
CPE Credit Breakdown: Attendees are eligible to receive up to 13.5 CPE credits in the Auditing (Governmental) field of study

Insight Exchange Network is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website:
IEN will issue CPE certificates to all eligible attendees 7-10 business days post-conference via email. The number of CPE credits issued will be based on the actual time spent in instructional sessions during the event. Please note that, while rare, changes to the final conference agenda may be beyond our control but we will do our absolute best to ensure that any change will be met with relevant alternatives.

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