The Impact of the New Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act to Eliminating Fraud
The Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (IPERA) was signed into Law by President Obama on July 22, 2010. It aims to reduce wasteful payments to individuals and contractors by $50 billion until 2012. Under the IPERA rules, companies must adhere to a whole host of new standards including monitoring and measuring the performance of annual risk assessments.
It’s clear that companies and agencies must have a thorough understanding of the new IPERA provisions as well as its potential impact to their business relations.
The Knowledge Group is assembling a panel speaker experts and regulators who will share their thoughts in a two-hour webcast. A live interaction with the audience in a question and answer format is also included in this event. Whether you agree with the law or not, one thing is certain, missteps could result in large penalties and fines (not to mention unflattering PR) if you don’t get this right.
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Jeffrey C. Steinhoff, CGFM, CPA, Executive Director, Government Institute, Managing Director, Federal Advisory Practice,
- The Evolution of the Focus on Improper Payments
- GAO and IG Audits
- Legislative Framework
- Presidential Call for Action
- A Practical Look at What Government Agencies Can to Address the Presidential Call for Action
- There is No Silver Bullet
- The Responsibility of Program Managers and Role of the CFO
- At the Heart of Reducing Improper Payments: The Role of Risk Management
- Continuous Monitoring: A Key Management Ally in the Fight Against Improper Payments
- Data Sharing Can Help Reduce Improper Payments by Enhancing Business Intelligence
Joseph D. West, Partner, and Co-Chair of the Government and Commercial Contracts Practice
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
- Recovery Audit programs undertaken by the federal government
- Late 1990’s DOD Pilot Program
- Medicare Recovery Audit Contractor Program
- Department of Education current RFI to industry in response to IPERA
- DOD Pilot Program
- Role of recovery auditors
- Statistics regarding recoveries
- Medicare Recovery Audit Program
- Lessons learned
- GAO assessment
- Current DOE RFI
- Requests to industry
- Input from DOE
- Personal experience with DOD Pilot Program
- Aggressive position taken by auditor
- Difficulties in negotiating resolution with contracting officer
- End result via mediation
Who Should Attend:
- General Counsel
- Compliance Officers
- Internal Control
- Executive Management
- Federal Advisory Consultants/Attorneys
- Fraud Examiners
- Government Financial Managers
- Financial Consultants and Advisors
Joseph D. West is the Co-Chair of the Government and Commercial Contracts Practice Group of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, an international law firm with offices worldwide. He is resident in the firm’s Washington, DC office.
Mr. West graduated magna cum laude from Villanova University in 1971 with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree, and was elected to Tau Beta Pi (National Engineering Honorary) and Chi Epsilon (National Civil Engineering Honorary). In 1977, he graduated from the George Washington University Law School, with high honors, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and was an editor of The George Washington Law Review. He is also a registered professional engineer in the State of Virginia.
Mr. West has written and lectured extensively on various government, construction, and commercial contract issues. He is a member of the Governing Committee of the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry, the former Co-Chair of the Steering Committee of the DC Bar Government Contracts and Litigation Section, a former member of the Board of Governors of the Virginia State Bar Construction and Public Contract Law Section, and he currently serves on the Advisory Board of The West Group’s The Government Contractor. In November 204 he was named by The Legal Times as one of Washington’s “Top Twelve Federal Procurement Attorneys,” in September 2006 he was selected by The Washington Business Journal as the city’s “Top Government Contracts Lawyer,” and in December 2009 he was named as one of Washington’s “Top Lawyers” in Government Contracts law by The Washingtonian magazine.
Joseph D. West is the Co-Chair of the Government and Commercial Contracts Practice Group of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, …
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