Thursday 24th May 2012 - QEII Conference Centre, London
GovNet's inaugural Fraud and Error conference will bring together over 350 delegates, 20 high level speakers and 20 service providers to discuss and understand the key challenges facing the sector.
Recent estimates suggest that fraud against the public sector costs public services around £21bn. In looking to deliver better services at a reduced cost, the Government has highlighted fraud as a key area in which major savings can be found and, as reform is implemented across the public sector, ensuring that measures are in place to tackle fraud and error will be crucial.
The Government's priorities are in Collaboration, Assessment of Risk and Measurement of Losses, A Focus on Prevention and taking A Zero Tolerance Approach.
Key areas to be examined include:
This conference will provide the perfect opportunity to discuss the future roles of key agencies, and understand what your responsibilities will be moving forward. With excellent debate in the main plenary and more intimate breakout sessions throughout the day, you will learn from best practice and have the opportunity to network with others facing similar challenges.