Keynote: Glenn L. Helms, Ph.D., CPA, CIA, CISA, CFF, CITP
The Art of Fraud, How to Identify and Prevent
Dr. Glenn L. Helms was the Arthur Young Fellow in IT Auditing at the University of Houston and has served as Director of Certification for the International Certified Information Systems Auditor program. He has served on numerous national and international academic and professional committees, including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountant's Auditing Standards Board's Computer Auditing Subcommittee and its Specialized Accreditation Board.
He has numerous years experience in public accounting and serves as a consultant to various organizations. He has provided consulting services to Fortune 100 firms, Big Four CPA firms, financial institutions, government agencies and various other entities throughout North America, Europe, and the Pacific Rim.
He has presented over 2,000 professional seminars and has published over 50 articles in a wide range of practitioner and academic journals. He has served on the editorial advisory boards of several national and international journals. His books address security, fraud, and internal controls (for small and public entities) in a variety of systems, including E-commerce and cloud computing.
He has written numerous books, including six books for the AICPA – Purchasing, Inventory and Cash Disbursements: Common Frauds and Internal Controls, Revenue and Cash Receipts: Common Frauds and Internal Controls, Internal Controls and IT: Reliable Reporting and Fraud Prevention, E-Commerce Controls and Audits, and Internal Control Essentials for Financial Mangers, Accountants, and Auditors. He recently completed a new fraud book for the AICPA – The Top Ten Frauds – How to Detect and Prevent Them. Glenn has been awarded the outstanding Discussion Leader Award from the AICPA for every year since the award was established. He has received similar awards from state societies and universities.
Glenn provides auditing, IT auditing, SOX, and forensic consulting services for numerous organizations. His email address is GlennHelmsCPA@aol.com.
Jennifer Dellinger, James Madison University
Different Payment Methods for Accounts Payable Processing (Check, ACH, Epayables, P-Card)
Ways to Expand Your Purchasing Card Program
Tracye Eades-Mickle, Florida International University
Forms - E payables
One Card Solution 101
Florrianne Irwin, University of Vermont
Federal Government OMB Circular Regarding Purchasing with Federal Awards
AP Customer Service
Lesley Lackore, Iowa State University
Liability Shift of October 2015
Removing Cardholders from Programs
Marty Newman, North Carolina State University
Data Analytic to Assist with Auditing
Outliers: Campfire Card Horror Stories
Denise O'brien, Michigan State University
Edgars Patani, Albany State University
Preventing P-Card Misuse or Abuse through Systemic and Preventative Controls
The 4 P's Approach to Starting a Successful P-card Program: Planning, Preparation, Practice and Performance
Philip Smith, Middle Tennessee State University
Compliance: Mathematical Models to Uncover P-Card Misuse
Problem Purchases - ex. gift cards