Topic: Think Fraud!
Presentation Overview: Think Fraud! That's what the DCAA Manual tells
its auditors. A discussion on the practical and ethical considerations of
approaching an audit.
Speakers: David R. Kirschbaum, Timothy E. Heffernan, and Amy Silvis, MFS, CFE
David R. Kirschbaum
is a Principal for Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP, joining them in 2011
to expand the firm’s Litigation and Expert Witness offerings. He has more than
21 years of experience as a claims analyst and expert witness with a focus in
the Construction and Government Contract industries. David has prepared cost
and schedule analyses related to both commercial construction and government
contracts; testifying over fifteen times. Additionally, David leads Baker
Tilly’s Fraud and Forensics Community of Practice and has conducted fraud
investigations in a variety of industries. Prior to joining Baker Tilly,
David was a senior executive at both national and international consulting
firms, as well as an independent consultant for several years.
Timothy E. Heffernan
is a Partner with Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald, L.L.P.,
concentrating his practice on government contracts, compliance, construction,
suretyship law and litigation on a national and international level. For the
last 20 years, he has assisted government contractors in competing for, profitably
performing, and successfully completing supply, services and construction
contracts; in preparing, litigating, and resolving claims; and in facing the
potential for audit, procurement integrity, and compliance issues.
Amy Silvis, MFS, CFE: Amy is a Manager at Baker
Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP with nearly ten years of experience in fraud
investigations, fraud risk management, computer forensics, and data
analytics. She has worked with clients across a wide variety of
industries in support of their efforts to proactively manage fraud risk and
reactively investigate and respond to allegations of fraud and
misconduct. Amy also assists in the development of fraud and forensics
expertise her firm by co-leading the Fraud and Forensics Community of Practice.
Prior to joining Baker Tilly, Amy worked for the forensic practices of global
accounting and advisory firms.
Event Sponsor: TBD
Dinner Menu (subject to change)
Served with freshly baked bread and
complimentary brewed regular & decaffeinated coffee, hot tea, iced tea, and
sodas. A restricted/limited open bar will be provided, including bottled
domestic/premium/imported beer, house red & white wine, and bottled water.
Appetizers (5:30pm –
Course Pastas (6:15pm
Main Course Dinner
Chocolate Zuccotto Cake
York Style Cheesecake
Attendees will earn 2 CPE credits
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