Internal Control and 
Fraud Prevention Training

Sept. 19–20 | Washington or virtual | 14 CPEs

focusing on internal controls and minimizing fraud, waste and abuse


The Internal Control and Fraud Prevention Training (IC&FPT) has a rich history of providing the "latest and greatest" developments; together, we can find solutions, and make a difference in our workplace and the government finance profession. The agenda includes a range of timely and valuable information including: fraud detection, data analytics, improper payments and risks with government payment cards. We look forward to seeing you there!

More than 95 percent of surveyed 2016 attendees said they would recommend this training to their colleagues.

Keynote Speakers

Eric O'Neill
Former FBI Operative and Subject of the film, "Breach"

Subject of the movie "Breach," Eric O’Neill helped capture Robert Hanssen, the most notorious spy in United States history. Beginning his career with the FBI as a “Ghost,” O’Neill quickly became an expert in the undercover field, tasked to surveil and monitor foreign, national, and domestic terrorists and spies. O’Neill currently runs The Georgetown Group, which specializes in counterintelligence operations, investigations into economic espionage, and other security risk operations. On stage, O’Neill provides a look at the operation that ultimately would bring Robert Hanssen to justice while also addressing the preventive measures organizations can take to protect their information and avoid becoming a victim to insider threats.
Chuck Whitlock
Expert in white-collar & cyber crime, business security, and fraud prevention
Chuck Whitlock is a subject matter expert on white-collar crime prevention. For years, Whitlock made consistent appearances on national television shows including The Oprah Winfrey Show™, The Today Show™, 60 Minutes™ and The View™, among others. It’s estimated that his message about fraud prevention has reached consumers more than 1 billion times. Whitlock’s personal experiences, exclusive on-camera supportive material, audience integration and dynamic delivery make him a speaker who won’t soon be forgotten. Whitlock has shared his expertise with a broad spectrum of groups ranging from law enforcement to financial services organizations. In fact, he’s been sought out in recent years to provide training to federal, state, and local law enforcement, including the F.B.I., the Secret Service, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, the A.T.F., the D.E.A. and many others.