How Analytics Provides Visibility into Time-Related Fraud and Abuse

May 13
Duration: 1 hour

Date: Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Time: 11:00 AM PDT | 2:00 PM EDT

Labor costs remain a major concern for public sector organizations, yet most government and education institutions don’t have insight into real-time labor data. This lack of visibility often results in overtime and leave abuse, and pension padding. But what if a city, state agency, or school district could solve this problem and repurpose millions of dollars of waste and inefficiency into better serving the public and garnering their trust?

Join Governing magazine for a live webinar as we discuss the growing need for labor data visibility and the challenges of managing a public workforce. At this event we will:

  •     Discuss the challenges of managing a public workforce
  •     Explore the benefits and positive outcomes of implementing an analytics system
  •     Hear how automated systems can improve labor tracking and solve the “human nature” problems associated with time-related fraud and abuse
  •     Learn from the City of Houston about how they used analytics to help save $7M annually in their workforce

Richard Greene
Senior Fellow
The Governing Institute

Don Pagel
Former Deputy Director, Office of the Mayor
City of Houston

Ruthbea Yesner Clarke
Research Director, Smart Cities Strategies

For questions or more information, contact:
Shayna Mayen
Registration Coordinator
800-940-6039 x 1314

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