All the Queen's Horses

All the Queen's Horses | Monday, July 18, 2022


Cost: $49 | Monday, July 18, 2022  | 1:00-5:00 pm | Radisson Conference Center

 
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  • By mail: Complete the Registration Form and pay by check. Registration must include payment.
    • Make your check payable to UW-Green Bay CECE-GOVT
    • Mail your registration form and payment to:
      • UW-Green Bay CECE
        2420 Nicolet Drive - CL 109
        Green Bay, WI 54311-7001


Agenda 
1:00-2:30 pm Part 1: Film
(approximately 90 minutes)
“All the Queen’s Horses” Documentary Film (the Rita Crundwell Story)
How could one Woman steal $53 million without anyone noticing?  Rita Crundwell, city comptroller of Dixon, IL, stole $53 million of public funds over 20 years-making her the perpetrator of the largest case of municipal fraud in American history.  She used the funds to build one of the nation’s leading quarter horse breeding empires, while forcing staff cuts, police budget slashing and neglect of public infrastructure.  The movie, ALL THE QUEEN’S HORSES, investigates her crime, lavish lifestyle and the small town she left in her wake.
2:30-2:45 pm Break
2:45-3:30 pm Part 2: Panel Discussion
(45 minutes)
Join Mary O’Connor, Krisztina Dommer, and Anthony Cervini for an in-depth analysis of the documentary and what went wrong in Dixon.  Additionally, the panelists will provide other examples of frauds and how they were identified and what could have been done differently in those situations.
3:30-4:15 pm Part 3: Internal Control Overview (45 minutes) A strong system of internal controls not only deters fraud, but also supports greater efficiency and legal compliance within the local government business function.  This session identifies types and common methods of employee dishonesty, the role of the external auditor to detect fraud, and the personality of a fraudster.  The COSO system to install adequate internal controls is discussed and the important concept of separation of duties is presented in a practical, easy to apply context.  Fraud can and will happen.  Learn the appropriate way to handle the shock and resulting investigation.
4:15-4:55 pm Part 4: Breakout/Case Study
(40 minutes)
Participants will work in teams to review real-life fraud examples and assess what wrong in each situation.
4:55-5:00 pm Closing
 
Cancellations and Refunds
There is a non-refundable $15 processing fee for each registration.
After July 1, 2022: No refunds will be given.
Handouts will not be given to those who cancel.

 

Contact Us
For help with registration

Ericka Rohde-Bloch
University Services Program Associate
(920) 465-2662
bloche@uwgb.edu

For all other program questions

Kassie Van Remortel
Director of Government Affairs & Economic Development
(920) 465-2468
vanremok@uwgb.edu