Each year, billions of dollars are lost to improper payments due to fraud, error, waste and abuse. To combat improper payments, government agencies need to improve their efficiency by using an intelligent approach to data analytics. They need one solution that covers all the aspects of detecting and preventing potential fraud – data integration, data analysis, reporting, investigation, treatment and feedback.

Listen in as our presenters for this on-demand webinar discuss how you can improve your information credibility, enhance the effectiveness of your investigations and easily demonstrate financial accountability in a timely and effective manner.

Key Takeaways

  • Explore techniques used in real-world case studies.
  • Identify how to identify commonly exploited holes in government programs.
  • Discover how other agencies are going beyond individual views to discover previously hidden relationships and links through social network analysis. 
  • Hear about new innovations in analytics that bring advanced link analysis and pattern recognition.

Presenters

Satish Lalchand

Satish Lalchand

Senior Manager, Forensic and Dispute Services
Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP

Lalchand is a Senior Manager at Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP specializing in anomaly detection and data analytics, business rules development, and modeling in the analytic and forensic technology practice. His experience includes the areas of anomaly rules development and implementation; anti-money laundering investigations; forensic accounting and financial investigations; and transactional fraud, waste and abuse. He has proven expertise in fraud rules creation for prevention, detection and investigation with a broad range of experience in managing and leading engagements in these areas. Lalchand has a master's degree in computer information systems and a bachelor's degree in economics.


Jon Lemon

Jon Lemon

Solutions Specialist
SAS Federal

Upon joining SAS in August 2007, Lemon's primary focus has been working with federal, state and local government customers to understand organizational effectiveness and their performance against stated objectives. He leverages his past experience to help customers implement industry-leading performance management and fraud prevention solutions through the integration of technology, processes, people and methodologies.

Prior to joining SAS, Lemon was a Budget Director at the Department of Homeland Security, where he formulated, executed and managed over $4.5 billion of appropriated funds annually. He also worked with Booz Allen Hamilton, where he honed his skills in performance management and fraud detection and prevention while supporting various chief financial and program management offices throughout multiple federal civilian and defense agencies. He earned his MBA degree from the Florida Institute of Technology and also holds a Finance Bachelor of Science degree from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.


 

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