Monday, June 18 | 1:50-3:05 PM
Recommended Prerequisite: Working knowledge of the basic elements of corruption and the resistance against independent oversight
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
This session will take you through a real-life story of how one community fought government corruption. It will start with the prosecution of government officials and examine the challenges and opportunities for the transformation of change. The session will outline what went right and what went wrong, and leave you with ideas of how to address your culture and make a difference in bringing honesty, integrity and truth to power and government.
You Will Learn How To:
President, Procurement Integrity Consulting Services
Sheryl Steckler has built her career on creating and improving government programs that directly impact the public and private sectors. Beginning her career in the criminal justice field with internships at the State Attorney’s office and the Florida Legislature, she became as a certified police officer in 1984 as well as an auditor and subsequently a senior investigator for the Florida Auditor General. She spent half of her 30-year government career as an Inspector General for both State, County and Local governments.
Today, Steckler is the co-founder President of Procurement Integrity Consulting Services LLC, a company specializing in developing, assessing and structuring strategies to assure contracting integrity.
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