11/14/2018 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 11/14/2018 10:14
Posted on Nov 14, 2018
Ann Ebberts, CEO of the Association of Government Accountants (AGA), will deliver the luncheon keynote address at Graduate School USA's auditing conference, 'Adjusting Your Auditing Perspective: The Windshield vs. the Rearview Mirror, on December 6, 2018.'
Ms. Ebberts has more than 30 years of management consulting experience with the federal government in the areas of financial management, financial process improvement, program evaluation, and shared services, and in providing project management and advisory support services for the implementation of accounting, acquisition, travel, and grant management systems (ERP). She has spent the last 26 years of her career at Booz Allen Hamilton, recently retiring after serving as a Vice President in the Financial Services group. She began her career providing financial support to many large Navy shipbuilding and communications engineering programs. Ms. Ebberts also provided leadership to the Financial Analyst functional community of practice, identifying competencies and applicable certifications required and supported monthly topical learning sessions as well as serving in several other governance roles.
The conference, which will be held at Graduate School USA's facility located at 600 Maryland Avenue in Southwest Washington, DC, is designed to provide fast-paced, concentrated exposure to new ideas and techniques for performing and leading audits that make a difference. Attendees will earn eight (8) CPEs while gaining valuable insights into how to expand their horizons by forming a more forward-thinking approach to government auditing.
• The Emotionally Intelligent Auditor
• Data Analytics: Tools and Techniques
• Ethical Decision Making for Auditors
• Enterprise Risk Management
This is an outstanding opportunity to hear from Ms. Ebberts, and to get fast-paced, concentrated exposure to new ideas and techniques for performing and leading audits that make a difference. Click here to register.Back to News