Using Analytics to Assure Procurement Integrity - Virtual
Speaker: Tom Caulfield's career includes service in the U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Air Force, CIA, and the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency. He retired from federal service as a senior executive and co-founded an international anti-corruption consulting firm (PICS). He was the developer and program manager of the first Intelligence Community Procurement Integrity Assurance Program which focused on enhancing the integrity of classified procurements by preventing, deterring, & detecting procurement fraud & abuse. Tom has published and co-published several articles on subjects related to the anatomy of procurement fraud, building effective investigative operations, anti-fraud with data analytics, procurement fraud schemes and the profile of the procurement fraudster.
Learning Objectives - After attending this session, participants will be able to: (1) explain global perspectives and approaches for building analytics into contract compliance, prevention, or detection methods; (2) describe practical examples of analytical searches currently being used with contracting data; (3) enhance their use of data analytics visualization to make it more effective when it is displayed.
Recommended CPE credit & Field of Study: 1 CPE hour & Specialized Knowledge
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