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FAEC Training Program | January 30, 2018

Bimonthly Training: CFO Perspectives & Virtual Currency: An Overview

When: January 30, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (EST)

1:00pm - 1:20pm: FAEC Chair and Committee Updates

1:20pm- 2:10pm: CFO Perspectives

2:10pm- 3:00pm: Virtual Currency: An Overview

  • Kyle Petronella, Andrew “Dalton” Waddell, and Andrew Bacon,  Federal Bureau of Investigation, Office of Threat Pursuit - Virtual Currency Team, National Cyber Investigative Joint Task

Where:
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
11545 Rockville Pike, Rockville MD, 20852
 ACRS Hearing Room TWFN T2B1

*Visitors should arrive at the entrance to the One White Flint (OWFN) building (11555 Rockville Pike), which is located directly across the street from the White Flint Metro stop (Red line).  All visitors will be processed through security so please make sure to have proper identification (driver’s license or Federal Identification Card).  After processing through security escorts will lead visitors to the T2B3 location. Escorts will be available beginning at 12:30 p.m.

Who Should Attend: CIGIE-members (audit) staff or managers (regardless of grade) involved in Participants will earn 2 CPEs for attending the entirety of the meeting.  There is no cost to attend.


Registration:

If you plan to physically attend, please register for the workshop by sending an email with your NAME, PHONE NUMBER, and AGENCY to: Jaclyn.Storch@nrc.gov.  When registering, please verify that all of your information, especially your email address, is correct.  You should receive an email confirmation that you have been registered.

Registration for physical participates closes on January 26, 2018, unless capacity is reached prior to that date.

If you plan to participate virtually, please join the Webinar meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone using the link below. You can register up to the morning of the event.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3320345183309421825

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Training Sessions

CFO Perspectives

As in the private sector, the Federal Government operates in a business environment where finance has a very critical role to play. In addition to the basic accounting, contro,l and governance functions, Chief Financial Officers have sought to become effective partners to agency heads in helping to optimize operational efficiency. CFO’s must manage the complexities of their roles, while tackling their agencies’ most compelling challenges, and adapting to legislative shifts by providing timely information and  resources.

Learning Objectives: Participants will learn about the roles and responsibilities of CFOs including their insights and perspectives into meeting Federal requirements and expectations of agency senior management and Inspectors General during the annual Financial Statement process.

Learning Category: Accounting (Governmental)

Instructional Delivery: 50 minutes; group live and virtual (GoToMeeting)

Instructors:

  • Shiela Conley, Department of Health and Human Services, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Finance and Deputy Chief Financial Officer
  • Maureen Wylie, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Chief Financial Officer

Level: Beginner

Prerequisites: None.

 

Virtual Currencies: An Overview

Financial transactions and their records are defining structures in our economic, legal, and political systems.  However, with the advent of virtual currencies such as Bitcoin, the approach to regulating and managing administrative control must also change. As with any technological advancement, there are unique concerns, complexities, and challenges associated with the use, management, and oversight of virtual currencies.   

Learning Objectives: Participants will learn about the basics of virtual currencies as well as their impact on Federal Government operations.  Best practices, insights, and lessons learned associated with various approaches to managing, tracking, and overseeing virtual currencies will be discussed.

Learning Category: Finance/Specialized Knowledge

Instructional Delivery: 50 minutes; group live and virtual (GoToMeeting)

Instructors: Kyle Petronella, Andrew “Dalton” Waddell, and Andrew Bacon, FBI, Office of Threat Pursuit - Virtual Currency Team, National Cyber Investigative Joint Task

Level: Beginner

Prerequisites: None.

 

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