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  • Reinforcing the Government’s commitment to prevent and tackle fraud
  • Understanding measures being taken to address fraud losses across central government
  • Exploring innovative ways for tackling fraud across government departments
  • Providing government professionals with the skills to tackle fraud more effectively

  • Exploring innovative ways for tackling fraud across government departments
  • Providing government professionals with the skills to tackle fraud more effectively

  • Exploring the need to increase capability in Counter Fraud services for HMG
  • Understanding the standards, products and guidance available for individuals & organisations
  • Understanding the key benefits of implementing competency frameworks and role profiles
  • Next steps for those wishing to explore membership, at organisational and individual level

  • Discussing effective risk identification and data-sharing strategies to increase fraud prevention
  • Moving from “detect” to “prevent”: implementing an effective deterrence strategy whilst investing in ways to prevent fraud
  • Deploying behavioural insight techniques, enhanced data matching and focusing on all points in the customer journey
  • Understanding how reforms are expected to cut losses due to fraud over the next five years

  • The fraud landscape – what we know and don’t know
  • Tackling fraud in government – what does good look like?
  • Challenges ahead and areas of focus for the future

  • Outlining fraud risks affecting other countries in all areas of Government
  • Gaining insights into current Fraud control policies in other countries

  • Raising awareness of online fraud through the Joint Fraud Taskforce – progress to date
  • Developing a joint framework across all Police and Crime Commissioners to effectively tackle online fraud
  • The role of using social media and the internet to gather evidence
  • Investigation under the GDPR – understanding the implications of the new data protection regulations for online fraud
  • Exploring current trends in cyber crime

Government Counter Fraud Awards 2017, Winner (Government Counter Fraud Team of the Year)

  • Providing insights from the counter fraud and investigation activities delivered by the GIAA
  • Outlining how the GIAA team works to deliver against “Raising Standards, Delivering Value”
  • How GIAA supports customers to embrace the Counter Fraud Profession;
  • Discussing future priorities and projects

  • Outlining the progress of the NAFN Data & Intelligence service in pre-empting fraud and error risks across local authorities
  • Putting in place the latest technology to tackle fraud and exploring opportunities arising from big data and advanced analytics
  • Realising significant benefits for residents through technology by alleviating the cost of fraud and error
  • Discussing new technology available to detect fraud activity such as eProcurement platforms
  • Examining how to address critical loss of revenue and driving savings across the sector

2017 Government Fraud Awards WINNER: Excellence in Raising Fraud Awareness 

  • Running a winning campaign against property fraud: how it occurs and who’s at risk
  • Encouraging the community to participate in tackling fraud through the Property Alert service Successfully engaging with social media and new tech to tackling tenancy fraud
  • Outlining the benefits of preventative approaches to tackling fraud

  • Developing effective strategies to report incidents of suspected fraud in the NHS
  • Investigating allegations of fraud, bribery and corruption worth in excess of £25 million
  • Ensuring healthcare crime is tackled and a culture of fraud prevention and deterrence is in place
  • Implementing key priorities of the NHS Counter Fraud and Security Management Service