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THE INSTITUTE OF INTERNAL AUDITORS DETROIT
CHAPTER VIRTUAL MAY CHAPTER MEETING

TUESDAY MAY 12, 2020 @ 3 PM – 5:15 PM

JOINT MEETING WITH THE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANTS
ALSO, 2020-2021 IIA DETROIT CHAPTER BOARD ELECTIONS WILL BE HELD

 

THE STATE OF MICHIGAN’S ECONOMY
Scott Darragh, Economist, State of Michigan Department of Treasury

Scott Darragh has been an economist with the Office of Revenue and Tax Analysis (ORTA) in the Michigan Department of Treasury since 1999.  His work includes providing revenue and legislative analyses on many parts of Michigan’s tax system, focusing on the individual income, sales, use, and tobacco taxes.  Prior to ORTA, Scott worked as a tax policy advisor for the Michigan House of Representatives and as a pension analyst for two Detroit-area benefit consulting firms.  From 2004 through 2012, Scott was an adjunct lecturer in economics at the University of Michigan – Flint where he taught more than thirty courses. Scott received his B.A. from the University of Michigan - Dearborn, M.A. from Wayne State University, and Ph.D. from Michigan State University.  Scott and his wife Kendel have two daughters.

FEDERAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK ~ THE IMPACT OF COVID – 19
Paul Traub, Senior Business Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Paul Traub currently holds the position of Senior Business Economist at the Detroit Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago where his responsibilities include both research and current analysis.  Prior to joining the economic research department of the Chicago Fed, Traub was the president of Scenario Economics LLC and senior economist for Americas Commercial Transportation Research Company, LLC (ACT Research).

Traub retired in 2008 from the position of corporate economist with 25 years of service at Chrysler LLC.  He worked in Chrysler's corporate economist's office for over 17 of those years where his responsibilities included tracking the economy and forecasting its impact on North American auto sales; supporting new product development; and speaking to auto dealers and numerous professional organizations.  His speaking engagements have included the Michigan and Ohio Governors' Councils of Economic Advisors, the Society of Automotive Analysts Automotive Outlook Conference, the Forum on Global Energy, Economy and Security (The Aspen Institute) and the Bear Stearns Global Transport and Logistics Conference.  Traub currently is on the board of directors of the Detroit Association of Business Economists; is a member of the National Association of Business Economists and the Detroit Economic Club; is on advisory boards for Lawrence Technological University College of Management, Baker College of Flint Business School and the U.S. Army TACOM LCMC; and has served as an adjunct faculty member at Oakland University in the School of Business. He holds a B.B.A. from the University of Michigan - Dearborn and an M.B.A. from Oakland University.

 

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Free Webinar: AUDITING CLOUD PROVIDER

Date: 5/21/2020   Time: 12 to 1pm  CPE Credit(s):1
Presenter: Rajiv Das, Principal Plante Moran Management Consulting

Cloud migration is on the top of the “To-do List” for CIOs and CISOs for the current year, especially with the COVID-19 pandemic which has created a new norm of remote work for majority of the work force. Transition and reliability on the organizational compute, storage and network needs are shifting from on-premise to cloud.

CISOs and Cybersecurity leaders have an important role to play in advising the business leaders/CIOs for the selection of an appropriate cloud provider and ensuring that they meet the cybersecurity needs for the organization. Cloud provider business agreements are time consuming to finalize, have multi-year obligations and hence they require appropriate due diligence.

In this webinar, Rajiv will discuss the following aspects of auditing cloud provider:

  • Preparation for Cloud Provider audit
  • Organizational readiness for transition
  • Framework and key artifacts for auditing
  • What happens after audit?

 

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2020 IIA ISACA Spring Training Virtual Sessions

The Detroit Chapters of the IIA and ISACA are committed to our members and are proud to co-sponsor the 2020 Virtual Spring Training Event. Due to the need to cancel our onsite Spring Training Event, we are now offering our sessions online from Tuesday, April 14, 2020 through Friday, May 22, 2020

Register today!  Space is limited so registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.  Registration for each course will close at 8 am two business days prior to the start of each virtual course.

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1-hour Webinar (On-Demand) for Michigan Specific Ethics

Anytime through June 30, 2021 On-Demand One (1) CPE Credit Cost: Free!

In addition to the 2-hour free webinar on Ethics held on November 20, 2019, the IIA–Detroit Chapter is sponsoring an additional hour of Michigan Specific Ethics 2019-2021 for our chapter members that are licensed CPAs. We have partnered with the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA) to provide this 1-hour On-Demand webinar training.  We have purchased 50 seats to participate in the webinar and will provide the course access code (and a webinar link) to member registrants after registration is complete.  Our chapter will have to provide a list of registered members to the MICPA to regulate participation up to the maximum of 50 students.

If you are interested in registering for this event (that you can view at your convenience as an on-demand webinar), please click here to register. 
   
 
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