Webinar 041119: Procurement Fraud - Can you Detect It?

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  1. Specifics

    Date and time:  Thursday April 11, 2019 2:00 PM ET- 3:30 PM ET (Eastern Time)

    Presented by:  Janet Hasty, CPPO, CTPM
    Contact hours: 1 (Contact hour awarded based on registering and attending the live event)


    The webinar will discuss procurement fraud, including definitions, statistics, fraud perpetrator profiles, how fraud is discovered, types of procurement fraud, fraud behavior red flags, and ways to detect and discourage fraud.  Webinar includes real life examples of procurement fraud cases.


     After completing this online training session, learners will be able to:
    1. Understand the types of procurement fraud
    2. Recognize fraud indicators
    (Example:  Apply new tips and techniques to make a contract sustainable) 

    Presenter Bio

    Janet Hasty is a 30-year veteran of State of Texas procurement.  She has worked in procurement management positions in several state agencies including the Texas Department of Transportation, Texas Building and Procurement Commission, Department of State Health Services and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
    Janet has a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from St.EdwardsUniversity and a master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Texas, LBJ School of Public Affairs. She is a Certified Public Purchasing Officer (CPPO) and a Certified Texas Procurement Manager (CTPM).  Since retiring from state government in 2007, Janet founded Government Procurement Services and provides procurement training and consulting to government purchasers.

    Attendance for Individuals

    In order to receive one contact hour, each member needs to register for the webinar individually in advance and then watch the live webinar. Your credit is tabulated by match between your login and your registration.

    Attendance for Groups

    There is a Group Sign-In Form provided with each webinar. The group sign-in form does not register anyone for the webinar, it just verifies live attendance. Each person will receive their login email on the day of the webinar – this verifies their registration. The group sign in form verifies that they watched the live webinar.
    Please contact distancelearning@nigp.org if you do not receive your login information by 12 pm on the day of the webinar.

Online Registration Closed – Please contact customercare@nigp.org for possible openings if you are interested in attending this class. For future event, please check later for pricing.

  • Registration Information

    Registration Deadline: Wednesday April 10, 2019 at 11:59 PM EST - Registrations cannot be accepted the day of the Webinar.


    Registration is Online Only


    To register please scroll to the bottom of this page and click on the Register button. 
    The $190.00 non-member fee includes one full year of complimentary membership to NIGP for those that are eligible. Please call Customer Care at 800-367-6447 for more information.
  • All cancellations must be made in writing by emailing registrationinfo@nigp.org. Once the login email is sent, registrants that are non-members are not eligible for a refund. Registered participants who do not attend will not receive credit. Need to miss the webinar due to a last minute meeting? There is no need to cancel. You won't receive credit, but you will still receive all the handouts and the recording link.
  • Webinar 041119: Procurement Fraud - Can you Detect It?
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  • NIGP Webinar Disclaimer

    The content of this webinar is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to solicit business or to provide legal advice. Laws differ by jurisdiction, and the information in this webinar may not apply to every attendee. You should not take, or refrain from taking, any particular action based upon the information contained in this webinar without first seeking jurisdictional guidance.