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related to Recovery Act spending and allows for the reporting of potential fraud, waste, and abuse.

 Oversight Training

Oversight Training Stats as of June 30, 2012 - 2,447 Training sessions; over 151,000 Individuals Trained; over 240,000 Hrs of trTo ensure that federal, state, and local employees, as well as contractors, private entities, and award recipients are aware of the legal and administrative requirements in certain Recovery programs, the Offices of Inspectors General offer training that addresses a broad range of Recovery-related issues, including:

  • Recovery Act requirements in relation to fraud, waste, and abuse
  • Requirements for specific Recovery programs
  • What is fraud and how to prevent it
  • When and how to report fraud
  • How to manage grant and contract programs to meet legal and administrative requirements

To bolster efforts to combat grant fraud and enable recipients to prevent fraud related to federal grants,  the Grant Fraud Committee of the Financial Faud Enforcement Task Force's Recovery Act, Procurement, and Grant Fraud Working Group has developed a training manual (PDF 313 KB) for grant administrators and recipients of federal funds.

Information on training sessions can be accessed below.

Other training resources*:

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