Recent Frauds Occurring in Not-for-Profit Entities and GovernmentsMore Courses
FNG4 | In Person Training | Intermediate | Scheduled
Special NotesPlease note: You may attend this program via live webcast from your own computer. Register for the live webcast option HERE.
Basic knowledge of the not-for-profit and government environment.
Auditors of not-for-profit entities and governments and industry professionals interested in preventing and detecting fraud.
Fraud can be very difficult to detect, particularly without the luxury of hindsight. In this course, we will look at over 20 frauds that recently occurred and with the luxury of hindsight study how they happened and perhaps how they could have been prevented or detected. The course materials utilize a highly illustrative and innovative format. Over 15 focused exercises are included to provide an enhanced knowledge of fraud occurring in not-for-profit entities and governments.
- Recent frauds that occurred in not-for-profit entities involving: the theft of cash; falsified billings; improper use of credit cards; the redirection of cash and non-cash contributions; conversion of assets; the redirection of benefits; grant related fraud; and travel and expense reporting fraud.
- Recent frauds that occurred in governments involving: falsified applications for benefits; payroll fraud; vendor fraud; kickbacks; workers compensation and risk management frauds; purchase card abuse; providing government services for personal benefit; misappropriation of utility payments; and theft of assets.
- Tools for fraud prevention and detection.
Michael J. Morgan
Michael Morgan has over 30 years of experience in public speaking. He is President of Morgan and Robinson, P.C., a consulting firm specializing in International Auditing and Taxation. Mr. Morgan is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in Georgia, Virginia, and New York. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, as well as both the Georgia and Virginia Society of CPA's. He is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. An accomplished author and instructor, Mr. Morgan has traveled internationally, writing manuals and conducting seminars on accounting and auditing related topics for former communist countries. He is also a nationally recognized instructor for the AICPA on topics of accounting and auditing, staff training, governmental and not for profit entities. For several semesters, he was an accounting instructor in the School of Business at Old Dominion University located in Norfolk, Virginia. Mr. Morgan is the recipient of several "Outstanding Discussion Leader" awards by the AICPA and has also received similar awards from the New York, Illinois, Nevada, and Virginia Society of CPA's. He has also been nominated for the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award. This award is presented to those who, as adults, distinguish themselves in their chosen profession utilizing the skills learned, as a youth, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. [April 07]