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​WELCOME TO THE NISQUALLY CHAPTER

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2017 IIA NISQUALLY CHAPTER'S
37th YEAR!

Nisqually is a Recognized Platinum Chapter Sixteen Years
in a Row and has achieved Sapphire status!

 Do you want to save $145 off the IIA normal membership rate or $45 off the IIA Governmental membership rate?

Join the IIA Nisqually Chapter Governmental Audit Group before February 28, 2018!
To join or renew, click here!

 

 

 Future Events!

 

​​​​March 12, 2018 - Government Training Day
The Portland and Salem Chapters of the IIA are offering a Governmental Training Day in the Clackamas Community College in Wilsonville, Oregon. They have an exciting list of speakers including John Wszelaki, Past Chair of the North American Board, IIA; Jan Jutte, Michael
Marty, and Aaron Munn from the Washington State Auditors Office; Matt Owens and Jessica Ritter, Oregon Audits Division, and many others! Tentative costs are $145 for members and $175 for non-members. If attending both the Government Training Day and Art of the Finding on March 13, the tentative cost is $145 each day or $290 for both sessions.  For more information and registration check out the Portland Chapter IIA or the Salem Chapter IIA.

March 13, 2018 - Art of the Finding
The Portland and Salem Chapters of the IIA are the seminar titled Art of the Finding.  The presenter is Leita Hart-Fanta, CPA, CGFM, founder of the Yellowbook-CPE.com.  Yellowbook-CPE.com is a training and development company designed specifically for governmental auditors.  Her clients include the AICPA, the Colorado Society of CPAs, the Texas State Auditor's Office, and the National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers, and Treasurers.  Course objectives for this seminar include:

  • Generate concise and logical findings in an hour or less
  • Choose the strongest content for your finding
  • Justify how much detail to share in the report
  • Quantify findings for maximum impact and clarity
  • Create auditable and feasible recommendations
  • Edit findings and provide meaningful feedback

Tentative costs are $175 for members and $225 for non-members. If attending both the Government Training Day and this seminar, the tentative cost is $290 for both sessions.  The location of the seminar is the Clackamas Community College in Wilsonville, Oregon. For more information and registration check out the Portland Chapter IIA or the Salem Chapter IIA.

​​March 15, 2018 - And Audit(or) is not enough  Modern mental models for risks and controls - 4 CPE
Speaker: Dr. Kenneth "Ken" Smith, Chair, Accounting Department, Central Washington University
Dr. Smith will discuss the various components of Financial Management and Control using examples from several state, local and federal governments. Specifically, he will share a broad range of methods that can be implemented and how to assess the overall "Control Health" of an organization. He will cover examples of different governance structures and governance mechanisms including the use of video, social media, cognitive science/positive psychology and Policy Governance  

Click here for more information and registration! 

​​March 29, 2018 - IT Auditing  for Auditors- 8 CPE
Speaker: John Gatto, CISA, CRISC
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John Gatto was with Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC) in Chicago, IL from December, 2005 until his retirement in January, 2015. He was the Divisional Vice President, Audit Services and was responsible for all aspects of IT Audit for the five Blue Cross Blue Shield Plans comprising HCSC (Illinois, Texas, Montana, New Mexico and Oklahoma) and encompasses NAIC / MAR compliance and testing, risk based audits, advisory engagements for new development projects, coordination of SOC-1 and SOC-2 reviews and E&Y Year-End Financial Audits. John was a member of a number of Steering Committees within the IT area of HCSC.

Prior to HCSC, John worked at Federal-Mogul in Michigan as the Sox coordination supervisor.  Avery Dennison in California as a Project Manager, and spent 13 years with Horizon BlueCross BlueShield of New Jersey, where he was Director of Systems Audits, Customer Audit and Operations Audit.

John has over 45 years of audit experience, most of it in the IT Audit arena.  He is a CISA and CRISC and has his MBA from Fairleigh-Dickinson University in New Jersey.  John is a frequent speaker for the BCBSA, IIA and ISACA organizations.  In 2010 he was named  "Educator of the Year" by the Chicago Chapter of the IIA.

Click here for more information and registration!

  April, 2018 - Annual Meeting
More to come!
 

May 23, 2018 - Critical Thinking/Root Cause
Speaker: Raven Catlin, CPA, CIA, CFSA, CRMA
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Raven is an expert in Internal Audit and Risk Management. She is an enthusiastic and engaging speaker with real world experience in Internal Audit and Risk Management. Raven has 17 years of experience in governance, risk, and compliance (GRC). Her passion for the Internal Audit profession and her natural abilities as a instructor and facilitator are a powerful combination. Raven's courses provide opportunities to share knowledge and expertise in the Internal Auditing and Risk Management fields. Her real-world experiences and down-to-life personality create a unique classroom environment promoting candid and constructive group dialogue.

 

 

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