Mid-MO AGA: National Webinar Series -- Improper Payments, March 3rd

March 03, 2021
1:00 PM to 2:50 PM
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Registration details will be emailed to you. For questions, please contact Mark Runyan @ [email protected]


Mid-MO AGA Chapter presents, on behalf of the National AGA Webinar series...

Improper Payments:

Using Data and Disruptive Technology to Reduce Improper Payments

March 3 | 1:00–2:50 PM CST | 2 CPEs | FOS: AUDG

Moderator: Steve Bernstein, Executive Director,

U.S. and Global ACH Business Development Manager, Wholesale Payments, J.P. Morgan

Cost:  $20/member, $30/non-member


Improper payments have been a persistent challenge for the public sector.  Payments during COVID-19 were particularly vulnerable.  While not all organizations can harness and use their data, some have increasingly seen the importance of adopting a data-oriented mindset.  Moreover, as the exploration of emerging technology like Machine Learning, blockchain and AI accelerates, governments and industry alike are seeing how the convergence of data and emerging technologies can balance speed with accuracy to reduce improper payments and achieve friction-less payments.  The discussion will focus on these best practices and examine use cases that improve payment integrity.

Learning Objectives

Participants will:

  • Learn how data, machine learning, blockchain and AI are being used to combat fraud, waste and abuse and reduce improper payments
  • Receive insights from government and industry leaders on technology solutions and best practices to identify and prevent improper payments
  • Understand the profound impact of the pandemic on fraud, payment migration, exception handling and how the industry has responded


REGISTRATION:  The Mid-MO AGA Chapter has already purchased the webinar through National.  If you woul like to attend, you will need to register through the Mid-MO AGA Chapter website.  After registration, you will be provided with an access code to register with National, who will then send you the webinar link and materials. 



$20.00 Member Ticket

$30.00 Non-Member Ticket