CPE Credits: 8
New Orleans, LA | November 15, 2017
This course is held in conjunction with the 2-day ACFE seminar, Investigating on the Internet. Register for both courses to SAVE an additional $100!
The potential for fraud is not solely an internal threat; the businesses that provide an organization with goods and services can engage in fraudulent behavior as well. One of the ways to mitigate these external risks is to establish a contractual right-to-audit in purchasing and other vendor contracts. Auditing vendors and suppliers can be a critical fraud deterrent and detection device for management to ensure they are being treated equitably and are not victims of fraud.
The ACFE Detecting Fraud Through Vendor Audits seminar is a one-day course designed to explain how to develop a solid foundation for vendor audits; how to identify which vendors to target; how to prepare for a vendor audit; how to identify, gather, and audit relevant vendor documentation; and what common vendor fraud schemes to look for.
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Hotel & Venue Information
701 Convention Center Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70130
Room Rate*: $169 single/double
Hotel Phone: (800) THE-OMNI
Hotel Cut-Off Date: October 26, 2017
Registration & Fees
ACFE Member: $295
Gerard M. Zack, CFE, CPA, CIA
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