Every year, billions of constituent tax dollars are lost to improper payments, waste and abuse. Insufficient information, limited analytic capabilities and a difficult economic climate all contribute to erroneous payments. Now is the time for government organizations to cut waste, boost effectiveness and increase transparency.
Register for this on-demand webinar to learn how your organization can combat improper payments using analytics.
In this session, our speakers will discuss how SAS® solutions can help you:
- Integrate various data sources to reduce the likelihood of false positives and to improve oversight activities.
- Identify high-risk activities and systemic weaknesses for future review.
- Implement monitoring procedures to prevent future waste and abuse.
- Improve the reporting and cleanliness of financial statements.
Jon Lemon, SAS Federal Solutions Specialist
Prior to joining SAS, Jon Lemon was a Budget Director at the Department of Homeland Security, where he managed more than $4.5 billion of appropriated funds per year. Lemon also worked with Booz Allen Hamilton, where he supported various chief financial and program management offices throughout multiple federal civilian and defense agencies. Currently, Lemon helps customers implement industry-leading solutions through the integration of technology, methodologies and processes.
William Kelley, President of DataWhispers
William Kelley has more than four decades’ experience working as a risk management specialist and auditor for the United States military and government. He is the President of the bicoastal consulting firm DataWhispers. Kelley created the DoD Data Mining Directorate, which performs computer-assisted auditing as an integral part of the data mining process to combat fraud, waste and abuse in DoD programs. From 2002 to 2006, he worked as a senior military officer in the Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Defense, as well as Director for Data Mining Directorate. A sought-after speaker and trainer, Kelley regularly speaks and trains on the subject of forensic auditing.