Fraud 2023 offers 14 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours
Program level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Each learning session builds on a basic program appropriate for CPAs and/or CGFMs with detailed knowledge in the subject area. Participants should be at a mid-level within an organization and have operational and/or supervisory responsibilities.
Advance preparation: None required
Delivery method: Group live and group Internet-based
Learning objective: At the end of the training, participants will be able to:
- Identify timely and valuable solutions on fraud detection, data analytics, improper payments and risks in the government finance profession.
- Leverage what is already in place for FRM and ERM and adjust as appropriate. Learn the most efficient ways to gain buy-in and participation from program offices and use risk assessments to help guide positive changes.
- Gain an understanding of the current state of cybersecurity risks within federal, state and local government and learn to apply steps toward the cybersecurity of the nation.
AGA adheres to the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) standards for CPE programs, which require an attendance verification process for all training events.
For in-person attendees, your name badge is imprinted with a unique barcode. Name badges will be scanned at random times for each session as you enter or exit. AGA will use the process to tally your attendance and create your CPE certificate. CPE certificates will be available online to print within two weeks after the training. Only registrants who are paid in full will be eligible for CPE hours.
During the virtual sessions, you will be required to click on a series of pop-up boxes that appear at random times. When these pop-up boxes appear you will have a short period of time to click on the “Continue Viewing” button. If you fail to click on these pop-ups, you will be ineligible to claim CPE credits for that session.
Announcing the pop-up alertness checks to fellow attendees in the chat box during a session is against NASBA policy and you may be ineligible to earn the CPE credit.
Participants will be able to choose between three to four breakout sessions. Participants will have up to five minutes from the start of each sessions to switch to another session. After this time, participants will risk the chance of missing the alertness checks to qualify for CPE for the session.
Recordings for all sessions will be available at least two business weeks post training for all attendees to access. Please note: Recordings do not offer CPE credits. You must participate in the live streaming or in person to receive credits. Please refer to tracking process above for instructions.
CPE certificates will be available to print online within two weeks after the training, at which time all attendees will receive an email stating that the CPE certificate is ready to download.
Should you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need help accessing your AGA account log-in information, please contact email@example.com or call 800.242.7211 ext: 301.
Please note: CPE certificates are available only to attendees who have paid the training event balance in full.
CGFM CPE Requirements and NASBA Certification
CPE hours earned during this event can be used to fulfill CGFM CPE requirements. To learn more about the CGFM certification, contact AGA's Office of Professional Certification.
AGA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org. National Registry of CPE Sponsor ID: 104201
CPE Field of Study
To help you decide which presentations to attend, each session on the agenda will be marked to indicate the target audience — Federal; State & Local; or All — and the CPE Field of Study (FOS). CPE FOS are as follows:
- Accounting: ACC
- Accounting (Governmental): ACCG
- Auditing: AUD
- Auditing (Governmental): AUDG
- Behavioral Ethics: BETH
- Business Law: BLAW
- Business Management & Organization: BMO
- Communications and Marketing: COMS
- Computer Software & Applications: CS
- Economics: ECO
- Finance: FIN
- Information Technology: IT
- Management Services: MGMT
- Personal Development: PD
- Personnel/Human Resources: HR
- Production: PRD
- Regulatory Ethics: REGETH
- Specialized Knowledge: SK
- Statistics: STAT
- Taxes: TAX
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