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Detecting and Preventing Fraud and Error

Reported fraud against the public sector stands at £20.6 billion per year. As such, fighting fraud continues to be a priority across the public sector. With widespread budgetary challenges, we must find new ways to adapt to the sophisticated nature of fraud and the scale of it. With renewed efforts to tackle fraud across government it is hoped that detection versus total government expenditure will exceed current levels of 0.02%
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About Fraud & Error 2017

For the 7th year running, Govnet’s national Fraud & Error conference has established itself as the leading event of its kind. By attending you will understand the latest thinking on the strategies to address fraud across key loss areas and on which solutions are best for effective fraud detection. This includes big data, advanced analytics software and scaling activity across counter-fraud networks. With representation from the Cabinet Office, DWP and CIPFA – gain an in depth understanding of how a culture of high standards and collaborative approaches are fundamental to resolving this issue

Why Attend?

Testimonials

A very professional event that is worth attending for anyone who works in the field of investigation.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Principal Fraud Investigations & Enforcement Officer

Does what it says on the tin!

Ofqual

Entry, Exit & Enforcement Manager

An enjoyable event with an interesting array of speakers. An essential conference for the local government fraud calendar.

Oxford City Council

Investigations Manager

The Fraud and Error Conference is always a great place to network in order to improve areas of business. It always re-motivates me to return to work and drive the Anti-Fraud message forward for another year. This years was particularly good, the content was relevant and useful. The venue was excellent and the organisation was very good.

Plymouth City Council

Corporate Fraud Team Leader

I found the variety and calibre of speakers to be good and knowledgeable on their subject areas. It was also a good opportunity to network with others and discuss current issues. Certainly a conference worth attending.

Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils

Corporate Manager - Internal Audit

I thoroughly enjoyed the Fraud and Error Conference. The speakers were highly informative and the seminar sessions were engaging and interesting.

BBSRC

Governance and Finanace Assistant Analyst

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