As governments work hard to ensure tax dollars are spent as efficiently and effectively as possible, detecting and preventing improper payments due to error, waste or abuse is key. Governments generate a wealth of data that can be used to improve services and proactively prevent this type of loss. The public service organizations must recognize that dealing with waste, abuse and non-compliance in all its forms can be only achieved by treating this information as an asset: collecting it, valuing it, and analyzing it in smarter, more efficient and effective ways.
Join us on Wednesday, November 20th to hear from SAS analytics and security intelligence experts:
- Why leveraging information and analytics are key to successful detection and prevention;
- How enterprise data assets can assist in identifying waste, abuse and improper payments, and
- How to navigate the technical, regulatory and cultural challenges inherent in data sharing.
Date & Time:
Wednesday, November 20th, 2013
Registration & Breakfast:
8:30 am – 9:00 am
9:00 am – 10:30 am
SAS Institute -- Ottawa
360 Albert Street
Please contact Rebecca Gill by email: Rebecca.Gill@sas.com or by phone:
Due to space limitation, the priority will be given to government employees.