Anti-Fraud Training Available from the Office of the Inspector General

Government agencies are particularly susceptible to fraud according to surveys conducted by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.  GA OIG conducts fraud investigations throughout the State of Georgia yet encourages agencies stop fraud before it occurs.  Training and education are crucial components of fraud prevention; therefore, we offer anti-fraud training at no cost to the requesting state government agency.

Our flexible training program offers the following benefits:

  • FREE training to state government agencies!
  • Customized topics to fit your audience’s interests whether they are bookkeepers, executive-level management, contract specialists, or a mixed crowd
  • Customized agenda for any length of time and any group size
  • Lively interaction and interesting topics
  • Willing to travel

Past training session topics for various audiences have included:

  • Fraud Risk in State Government
  • Role of the Inspector General and Fraud Awareness
  • Interviewing Techniques and Complaint Intake
  • Leadership’s Role with Fraud Prevention
  • P-Card Fraud and Internal Controls
  • Procurement Fraud
  • Grant Fraud and Its Consequences
  • Detailed Case Studies
  • Best Practices for Investigators
  • Automated Analysis Workshops for Investigators and Auditors

For more details on training for your government agency, submit your information request below.  We will respond soon to discuss your training needs and answer any questions.

Submit an Information Request

Provide the name of the agency, company, organization, or other entity for which you are requesting training information.
Provide the targeted date or a flexible range of dates for training.
Provide the targeted audience for training (e.g. executives, managers, accountants, HR, general staff)
Provide the estimated number of training attendees
Provide any additional requests or accomodations for your agency/entity (e.g. special topic emphasis, location preference, time restrictions).