Identity Proofing: Combating Fraud and Improper Payments

 

May 22
11AM PT, 2PM ET
Duration: 1 hour

Agencies continue to have a growing concern and challenge around improper payments especially in light of the aggressive goal to reduce government-wide improper payments by $50 billion by fiscal year 2012. When combined with program integrity guidelines, streamlining operations, maintaining quality service, and meeting the needs of citizens, these aggressive cuts comprise a big balancing act for government executives. At the front-end of benefit administration, verifying and authenticating identity is the first priority. By implementing strong identity proofing practices at user enrollment whether it is in person and/or online, government agencies can quickly verify recipients' identities, confirm eligibility and reduce improper payments and fraud.

 
Three speakers will share best practices, strategies, and the latest thinking around identity proofing and what it might mean for your agency.
 
Topics will include:
  • Strategies for Front-End Benefits Processing: What's Idaho Up to Next?
  • Addressing Fraud Challenges
  • Best Practices for Identity Proofing

 


Moderator:

Mark Funkhouser
Director,The Governing Institute,
Former Mayor, Kansas City, MO

Speakers:

Chris Jensen
Program Manager,
Welfare Programs,
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

Larry Goolsby
Director of Strategic Initiatives,
American Public Human Services Association

Kim Little
Director of Market Planning,
Identity Management Solutions, LexisNexis

 

 

 

For questions or to register, contact:

Katie Blaney
Registration Coordinator
916-932-1305
kblaney@governing.com

 

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