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Christina Baker 
IIA Washington, D.C. 


Wednesday May 15, 2013 from 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM EDT

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Clyde’s of Gallery Place 
707 7th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

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Smith School of Business



Year-end Event!

This is our final event for the 2012-2013 chapter year. We invite you to join us for an enthusiastic presentation by Mr. Tom Caulfield. We will begin the evening with a social hour from 4:30-5:30 where we will have an open beer/wine bar. We are also having our annual bring-a-collegue campaign. Members of the IIA, DC Chapter are invited to bring one non-member guest to the event for free. Instrucions on registering your guest are on the registration page. Space is limited for this event, so register early to reserve your spot and to take advantage of the early registration fee. 


Personality Risk Profiles your Procurement Integrity Systems need to protect against 


These are the people that will try to compromise your procurement systems.  There are six personality risk profiles of the people that your procurement integrity systems need to protect against.  The six personality risk profiles can be broken down into three sub-categories: the Procurement Fraudsters, the Procurement Abusers and the Procurement Non-Compliance Employees.  Each of the six personalities creates a different risk to the organization.  A risk which the organization needs to determine what their tolerance is regarding that risk. The six personalities risk profiles are:

  • Situational Fraudster
  • Deviant Fraudster
  • Business Abuser
  • Multi-Interest Abuser
  • Well Intentioned Non-Compliance Employee
  • Disengaged Non-Compliance Employee

Speaker:  Thomas Caulfield, Executive Director, Council of the Inspector General on Integrity and Efficiency Training Institute

Mr. Thomas Caulfield serves as the Executive Director for the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) Training Institute. The Training Institute’s overall mission is to provide education and training for managers, auditors, evaluators, inspectors, law enforcement officials, attorneys and other professionals in the Federal Office of Inspectors General (OIG) community. Mr. Caulfield has over 35 years of Government service to include the United States Marine Corps, the United States Air Force, the National Reconnaissance Office, and the Central Intelligence Agency. He is a graduate from Wayland Baptist University and St. Leo College, where he received degrees in both criminology and criminal justice. He holds various certifications some of which include Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Inspector General (CIG), and Certified Inspector General Investigator (CIGI).

 Mr. Caulfield has worked in the Federal Inspector General community for most of his Government career with his last assignment as the Assistant Inspector General of Investigation, National Reconnaissance Office. He is an Executive Board member of the Association of Inspectors General, a national organization with membership from all levels of city, State, and Federal Office of Inspectors General.

 Mr. Caulfield has instructed for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Association of Government Accountants, at both the national and local chapter levels, and many other professional auditing and investigation associations. He was an instructor with Central Texas College where he lectured on Anti-Terrorism and a former guest instructor for the Inspector General Audit Training Institute. He currently lectures on advance procurement fraud detection steps at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, the Inspector General Criminal Investigator Academy, and the Association of Inspectors General training courses. He has held various training committee positions and was the principle designer of several professional development courses being currently offered to auditors, procurement officials and investigators at all levels of the Government.

Course Duration: 2 hours 

CPE Hours Available: 2 NASBA 

Knowledge Level: All levels

Field of Study: Auditing

Prerequisites: None

Advance Preparation: None

Delivery Format: Group-Live 


Member: $45 register and pay by 5/10/13| $50 register and/or pay after 5/11/13

Non-member: $50 register and pay by 5/10/13| $55 register and/or pay after 5/11/13

In order to receive the early discounted rate, you must pay for the event by 5/10/13.  Please see the refund and forms of payment policies at the bottom of this email.

 Refund Policy: We understand that sometimes conflicts occur that may prevent you from attending an event for which you have registered. However, the DC Chapter is required by the venue to provide a final headcount, and we are obligated to pay for anyone who has registered. If you are unable to attend the event, you must notify us 3 days prior to the event, and we will credit your prepaid registration fee to a future event. 

Forms of Payment: We accept credit cards through the PayPal at the time of registration. Please select the PayPal option on the registration form. You may also pay by cash or check at the door on the day of the event. We are unable to accept credit cards at the door. 

Registration Deadline: Monday, May 13,  2013

Schedule: 4:30 pm-5:30pm - Sign in and Open Beer and Wine bar|5:30-6:30 dinner|6:30-8:00 presentation 

Menu: Salad, choice of entree, and dessert  



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