JUNE 12-17, 2016 / ARIA / LAS VEGAS
To ensure compliance with NASBA standards for CPE credit, the ACFE Global Fraud Conference has adopted an online PIN code-based method of CPE reporting. You will now be able to certify your attendance at conference sessions and report CPE electronically using the conference mobile app or ACFE.com.
Each conference session is assigned a unique 4-character CPE PIN code. It is your responsibility to record and report this number to verify attendance at the session. During general sessions, the CPE PIN codes will be provided on each table. For concurrent sessions, these codes will be read during the announcements and will be included on the presentation’s first and last slides. If you miss a code during the session, please see your room monitor or the Registration Desk.
Attendees who are using the
ACFE 2016 app on their mobile device will be able to check in using the CPE PIN code provided during each session.
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