This course is available as a one- or two-day offering. This elective course helps participants gain an in-depth understanding of potential fraud risks inherent in various programs and entity types, as well as practical experience applying fraud prevention and detection techniques. Through completion of this course, you will have an enhanced ability to identify and prevent fraudulent activities.
- Conduct a risk assessment of a sample federal program.
- Create an effective fraud prevention monitoring process with action item list.
- Evaluate and test an entity’s internal controls for vulnerabilities.
- Analyze case studies for actions that could have prevented fraud or detected it earlier.
1 or 2 Days
8 or 16
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