The UCEDC is hosting Fraud and the Military Contractor: What you Need to Know & The Essentials of Government Contracting. This workshop will take place today, Thursday, June 14, 2012 from 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. The UCEDC is located at 1085 Morris Avenue, Union.
If you’re a military contractor or are even thinking about becoming one, you should know that the US government takes contracting fraud very seriously.
Don’t let an innocent oversight or careless mistake turn into a criminal proceeding. Attend this free workshop to get the insight and practical guidance you need to stay on the right side of the law while building your business and boosting your revenues.
Special Agent Alison Caldwell from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) will lead a lively discussion of what constitutes military contracting fraud, which contracts are most susceptible to fraud, and how to report fraud.
Also, join Maryann Williams, Director of PTAC, UCEDC for an interactive session on The Essentials of Government Contracting and come away better prepared!
UCEDC is a non-profit economic development corporation dedicated to stimulating economic growth and creating an environment for progress by providing free financial, technical and community development assistance, making us the leading advocate for small businesses for over 30 years.