Boston Conference – November 16-18, 2016 * COMMEMORATING THE AIG’S 20TH ANNIVERSARY *


Thank you Inspector General community for making the Boston Conference/Training Event such a huge success!

See you in Austin, Texas November 2017

 Massachusetts OIG  (Local Host)




Boston Info

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The AIG’s Annual Training Conference

20 Years of the AIG: The Evolving Role of the Inspector General

November 16-18, 2016
Boston, MA

Sample Training Topics

  • Public Corruption: Lessons Learned from the New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin Investigation
  • From Consent Decrees to Pension Forfeitures: Alternatives to Criminal Prosecution
  • Strategies for Preventing and Detecting Waste and Abuse
  • Spotlight on Fraud: A Discussion with Harry Markopolos, Whistleblower of Madoff’s $65 Billion Ponzi Scheme
  • Medicaid Fraud
  • Training: A Powerful Prevention Tool
  • Big Data: Using Data Analytics and Other Electronic Tools to Enhance Investigations, Transparency and Accountability
  • Ethics: An IG Perspective

Targeted Training
Broaden your skills by attending smaller, topic-focused breakout sessions.

AIG Networking
Connect with inspectors general, analysts, investigators, auditors, and other government and industry experts. With 250 attendees expected from local, state, federal and private agencies around the world, you will form a network of professionals who can provide diverse perspectives, resources and opportunities for collaboration.

Earn CPE Credits
Earn 20 CPE credits to apply towards to AIG and other professional certifications.

 Individual Registration Fees

Non-Member $500
Member $475
Early Bird Special for Non-Members $450
Day Rate $250
Student Rate $225

Conference Exhibitors

Click on the logo for a link to our exhibitors’ webpage.

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cropped-nasba_logo.jpgThe Association of Inspectors General is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors