WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2016
8:30am - 10:10am Concurrent Sessions
Federal Government Update - Billy Morehead, Ph.D., CPA, CGFM - Mississippi College (ACCG)
This session will discuss the latest developments and issues from Washington affecting state and local governments, such as GAO Green Book, GAO Fraud Assessment, OMB 2 CFR 200 (Super Circular), the DATA Act, Single Audit Act and A-133 Update, etc.
Data Analysis Using MS Excel - Manny Hechanova- University of Guam (CSA)
You will acquire tips on data analysis using Microsoft Excel.
An analysis of Government of Guam's General Fund from 2009-2015 and How Do We Measure Up? - Doreen Crisostomo, Ph.D., CGFM (ACCG)
This presentation reflects on the Government of Guam's budget to actual reports and the general fund balance.
10:10am - 10:20am Morning Break
10:20am - 12:00pm Concurrent Sessions
Establishing an Anti-Fraud Culture in the Workplace - Jacinta Elm, CAMS; Lisa Leon Guerrero; and Kathrine Lujan - Bank of Guam (AUDG)
For an anti-fraud culture to truly permeate an organization, employees must see fraud prevention and detection as part of the daily responsibilities of employees at all levels of the organization. In this session, learn the definition of fraud, why people commit fraud illustrated using the fraud triangle, and other resources available in implementing fraud awareness in your organization.
Cybersecurity and Its Impact on Businesses - Melvyn Kwek - Guam Power Authority (IT)
The presentation will cover today's cyber threat landscape and its impact on businesses. We will look at recent trends in cybercrimes and the motivation behind such activity. Also covered will be how companies globally compare on how prepared they are to handl cyber threats. We will examine the challenges facing companies in addressing such cyber threats and how to overcome themn. There will also be a guest speaker from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigations who is involved with Cyber Crimes investigations to discuss what is being done locally to address this issue.
Round 2: Retiree Health and Other Benefits (GASB 73, 74, and 75) - Michael De Leon - Deloitte & Touche LLP (ACCG)
This session will provide a detailed review of the new accounting standards for retirement benefits that were not part of GASB67/68. GASB 73 covers DB and DC pension benefits not administered through trusts. GASB 74/75 cover other post-employment benefits, most commonly retiree health benefits, whether or no administered through trusts. These new accounting standards will be effective as early as this fiscal year for some employers.
12:00pm - 1:20pm AGA General Membership Meeting
AGA Award Ceremony
Professor John M. Phillips Excellence in Government Accountability Award
Maximizing Your Potential As A Leader- Douglas Glenn - AGA National President (PD)
1:20pm - 3:00pm Concurrent Sessions
An Actuarial Review of Public Pension Challenges - Michael De Leon - Deloitte & Touche LLP (ACCG)
This session will provide the actuarial perspective on the on-going challenges of governmental pension plans. We will review the pension component of recent bankruptcies and other entities that could be facing a similar fate. We will discuss recently proposed actuarial standards of practice and other efforts that actuaries are making to respond to the challenges.
Grant Writing - Janet Dirige and Dr. John Peterson - University of Guam (ACCG)
The session will review how to research and provide tips on preparing grant applications.
Leadership, Waffles, and Spaghetti - Billy Morehead, Ph.D., CPA, CGFM - Mississippi College (PD)
Have you ever wondered what it really takes to be a leader? We will discuss the challenges of leadership by examining the serious and funny experiences of the speaker over his 30+ year career in government financial management (and academia). We will discuss the joys of the "mountain top" and the challenges of "walking through the valleys." Many of these lessons were learned the hard way...through the school of "hard knocks."
3:00pm - 3:20pm Afternoon Break
3:20pm - 5:00pm Plenary Session
Identity Theft, Restitution and Government Collections - Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson - Attorney General of Guam (AUDG)
This session will Identity Theft, Restitution and Government Collections.
On behalf of the AGA Guam Chapter and the Guam Society of Certified Public Accountants, we thank you for joining us at the 2016 Guam Professional Development Conference.
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