Grant Fraud Investigation Training Program (GFITP)Up one level
This four and a half day program was designed, at the request of the Attorney General’s National Procurement Fraud Task Force Grant Fraud Committee, for investigators (both criminal and non-criminal), auditors, analysts, and prosecutors who desire further training in the investigation of grant fraud type offenses. These types of investigations require an in-depth knowledge of the Government grant process to identify where in the grant cycle the alleged violations have occurred, and what documents are required to support these allegations.
Successful completion of the GFITP will enable students to (1) identify common schemes in grant fraud and understand how those schemes fit into the grant process; (2) identify various investigative techniques that may be utilized to obtain the required documentation to support the allegation(s) from both the Government files as well as the grantee’s records; and (3) identify what steps in the investigative process are necessary to successfully prove the violation.
Length: The training program is four and a half days in duration. Classroom time is approximately 28 hours over the four and a half days.
- The Government grant process
- The Grant Fraud investigative process, criminal schemes and criminal statutes
- Suspension and Debarment programs, procedures and capabilities
- Proactive investigative techniques
- Case Presentation
Prerequisites for Attendance
There are no prerequisites for this class, other than the participants must be in a law enforcement occupation and deal with a federal or state and local law enforcement agency.
Computer, Financial & Intelligence Investigative Operations Division
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Glynco, GA 31524
Phone: (912) 267-3166
Fax: (912) 267-2500
- G_GFITP 402 / Glynco, GA -- Jul 07, 2014 to Jul 11, 2014
Washington, DC ($500-$700)
May 05, 2014
May 09, 2014
Cost for this export is subject to change based on travel, shipping cost, and student participation.