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What do you think of when you hear the word "fraud?" Are you concerned for your clients or your organization? Through a comprehensive learning approach using examples and informative case studies, you will learn about real-world government and not-for-profit fraud, including cyber fraud, and your responsibilities when dealing with fraud. Since recognizing fraudulent or deceptive practice is not always easy, this course will highlight frauds headlining today’s news and sharpen your forensic skills with techniques to help you identify behavior tendencies which may lead to fraudulent activity.
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As the Firm's designated audit quality partner over the government practice, have primary responsibility for client service and quality in this area. More than 20 years experience in government accounting, auditing and reporting as both a client and now as a service provider.
Governmental accounting, auditing and reporting. Internal control and compliance requirements for governmental reporting and under OMB Circular A-133. Practical solutions to challenges for small governments.
Teaches governmental accounting and auditing topics for the AICPA.
Talbot, Korvola & Warwick, LLP
Privately Held; 51-200 employees; Accounting industry February 2004 – Present (9 years 11 months) Lake Oswego, Oregon Client responsibilities in assurance services to state and local governments in Oregon, Washington and Alaska.
Assistant Finance Director
City of Wilsonville
Government Agency; 51-200 employees; Government Administration industry 2000 – 2004 (4 years) Responsibilities over budget and audit cycles; financial project management and implementation of accounting and reporting standards.
City of Sherwood, Oregon
1998 – 2000 (2 years)
Skills & Expertise
Western Washington University
1981 – 1986