Leveraging Data Mining to Uncover Fraud

AGA National Webinar

May 16 | 2–3:50 p.m. ET | 2 CPEs | FOS: AUDG

Data analytics and big data are fast evolving into the best line of defense against fraud. As fraudsters improve their capabilities, government agencies need to combat emerging threats using an analytics framework that covers good data management and the application of advanced analytics techniques by auditors and fraud investigators.


  • Ken Dieffenbach, office of the inspector general, DoJ
  • Vijay D'Souza, applied research and methods, GAO
  • Rebecca Shea, forensic audits and investigative service, GAO

Moderator: Asif Khan, CGFM, CPA, CISA, FCCA, director, GAO

Learning objectives: Participants will learn about types of data and available tools to look for signs of fraud. They will gain understanding of data analytics processes, the application of various data analysis techniques and evaluating results of the analysis.



Program Level: Overview

Prerequisite: None

Advance Preparation: None required

Field of Study: Auditing (Governmental)

Locations: AJC Federal Building NASA Glenn Research Center
  1240 East 9th Street 21000 Brookpark Rd
  Cleveland, OH 44199 Cleveland, OH 44135


DFAS Employees:  To reserve a seat for this webinar, please obtain your supervisor's approval and forward an email to Kimberly Stahley at kimberly.m.stahley.civ@mail.mil.


Non-DFAS/NASA Employees:  Please contact Haley Proszek at haley.a.proszek@nasa.gov at least one week prior to the webinar in order to attend.

Contact: Lou Ockunzzi
Email: programs@agacleveland.org

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