Transparency in Government—How to Keep Your Organization Out of the News
Is your card program facing increasing pressure for accountability, oversight and scrutiny? Need checks and balances to hold cardholders and managers accountable? Join Judy O'Brien as she presents the Sarasota County story and lessons learned.
As a result of attending this event, participants will be able to:
• take proactive steps to reduce the perception of fraud
• build and maintain relationships with internal customers
• provide up-to-date communications
• institute effective training
• enforce accountability at all levels
Note: This presentation is a reprisal of the breakout sessionJudy conducted at the 2013 NAPCP Annual Conference in New Orleans.
|What do you get?
Link to recorded webinar (expires 30 days after purchase) through the GoToWebinar solution.
||Ideal for card program managers in highly-regulated industries
||This event is approximately 60 minutes in duration; half of it is a presentation and half is Q&A.
|Original Presentation Date:
||August 21, 2013
||You must be the purchaser of this presentation to earn 0.25 point toward CPCP initial eligibility or recertification.
About the Speaker:
Judy O’Brien has been with Sarasota County government since 1996. Judy has 12 years of public communications and Purchasing Card experience. In August 2011 she was appointed the Purchasing Card Administrator and was responsible for the complete overhaul of the county’s Purchasing Card program.
Event Feedback: The average overall rating for the live event was 4 out of 5 (4 = very good). All ratings were "good" or better. Half of the submitted evaluations indicated attendees learned something new and/or obtained tips that they can apply on the job. The other half indicated that, while they did not learn anything new, the presentation was a good refresher.
Comments submitted by attendees include:
- I can't believe this was the presenter's first webinar—she was terrific! The way she presented the "scandal" vs. what really happened was very powerful, and definitely motivated me to consider some changes in our program.
- For the cost, I am not sure it was the best value.