Procurement Fraud TRAINING SYMPOSIUM Held Wednesday, 1 October 2014 at Hale Ikena, Fort Shafter, Hawaii

The Asia-Pacific Chapter of the Association of Inspectors General hosted a training symposium at the Hale Ikena, Fort Shafter, Hawaii on 1 October 2014.  The training enhanced skills of auditors, inspectors, investigators, managers, contracting, procurement and legal officials by providing critical knowledge and techniques essential for preventing and detecting Procurement Fraud. Featured topics and learning…

Asia-Pacific Chapter Member Deploys to Afghanistan

Brad Kastelin, Asia-Pacific Chapter Officer

Brad Kastelin, an officer of the Asia-Pacific Chapter, AIG deployed to Afghanistan for a six-month rotation this year from April to October. Brad, a civilian Certified Public Accountant, serves as a senior auditor in one of the Department of Defense Inspector General field offices in Afghanistan. Brad performs logistics-based audits related to the current drawdown…

Monday, 31 March 2014, 1100-1300, LUNCHEON TRAINING EVENT Held at the Hale Ikena

Title:  Investment Fraud in Hawaii, was hosted by the Asia-Pacific Chapter, Association of Inspectors General Description:  Amy Hudson, Senior Enforcement Attorney and Leolyn Sugue Anderson, Supervising Investigator presented the mission and functions of Hawaii’s Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs.  Training included investment fraud, predatory tactics, threats to Hawaii investors, examples of recent cases such…