Trust but Verify: A Case Study Webinar on Municipal Fraud
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
You are invited to join expert panelists for “Trust but Verify,” a free webinar by the UNC School of Government and the National League of Cities, that explores a 2011 case in which city officials discovered that a city comptroller had embezzled $30 million from a small town’s coffers in a decades-long scam.
Learn what went wrong in this small-town fraud, how the city responded, and the internal controls that can protect an organization or city from similar losses.
- Kimberly Nelson, Ph.D., associate professor of public administration and government at the University of North Carolina’s School of Government and consultant to local governments.
- David A. Richardson, CPA and Certified Public Finance Officer (CPFO) and financial management consultant to various Illinois municipalities.
- Stan Helgerson, CPFO, former Finance Director for the Village of Carol Stream and former Chair of the GFOA’s Treasury and Investment Management Committee.
We look forward to seeing you at the webinar.
The National League of Cities is proud to partner with MPA@UNC, the online Master of Public Adminstration program from the UNC School of Government, in presenting this free webinar to NLC members. As part of this partnership, employees and of NLC member cities who are accepted into and enroll in MPA@UNC are eligible for a $5,000 scholarship. Learn more about MPA@UNC.
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