GIS Helps Reduce Fraud, Waste and Abuse in Gov

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Government agencies continue to lose billions of dollars each year due to fraud, waste, and abuse. Agencies tasked with fraud prevention are under tremendous pressure to conduct predictive analysis and keep fraudulent activity from happening. Geographic information system (GIS) platforms like Esri's ArcGIS can provide an innovative, location-based solution to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of your organization.

Join government leaders and GIS professionals after work for a free in-person training and networking MapUp Current ArcGIS users in government will present on how geospatial technology is enabling them to aggregate location information from inside and outside their organizations, visualize that information in a meaningful way, and use it to analyze patterns, detect trends, and stay one step ahead of fraud. Enjoy refreshments while you visit demo stations, talk with the presenters, and learn more about what ArcGIS has to offer.

  • Keynote speaker: Timothy Kropp, Senior Advisor to the Chief Data Officer at US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General
  • Russ Rappel Schmid, Data Analytics Division, US Postal Service OIG
  • Jerry Bullock, Special Agent, National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak) OIG

You'll hear from keynote speaker:

Timothy Kropp
Senior Advisor to the Chief Data Officer
US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General


5:30pm - Registration Opens

Registration desk is open! Check in and grab your name badge.

5:30-6:00pm - Networking

Grab a drink and bite to eat while you network with your peers.


6:00-7:00pm - Presentations

Hear from expert speakers on the latest GIS tech trends.

7:00-8:30pm - Networking

Get your business cards ready for more professional networking.


Location Details

1133 15th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20005

Metro: The closest stops are McPherson Square on the orange and blue lines, and Farragut North on the red line.

Parking: There several public parking garages within a few blocks of 1776, as well as metered street parking. The cost of parking is not covered in your registration.