Monday, June 18 | 10:15-11:30 AM
Recommended Prerequisite: Working knowledge of the methods of contracting and the traditional schemes deployed against them
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Nearly every organization, whether public or private, faces some risks to achieving or maintaining integrity in their contracting of goods and services. This session will introduce you to the five components required to prevent and detect procurement fraud and abuse within your organization. The session will further illustrate the key factors that influence the likelihood and type of procurement fraud and abuse that can be perpetrated against an organization.
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COO, Procurement Integrity Consulting Services
Tom Caulfield has more than 40 years of combined government and public service, including the U.S. Marine Corps, the U.S. Air Force, the National Reconnaissance Office, the Central Intelligence Agency, and the Counsel of Inspectors General. He ended his government service when he retired in 2015 as the Executive Director for the CIGIE Training Institute. During his government service, his assignments included a full range of responsibilities at both the senior executive and program management levels in law enforcement, criminal investigations, anti-fraud strategies, white-collar crime investigations, polygraph, counterintelligence, internal oversight, and professional development and training. Today, Tom is the COO of Procurement Integrity Consulting Services, LLC, a company specializing in developing, assessing, and structuring strategies to assure contracting integrity and anti-corruption both domestically and internationally.
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