As the federal government’s financial and systems environments mature, the ability to use digital innovation to analyze data have provided opportunities for improved efficiency and identified operational benefits. These benefits are being achieved not only in the financial offices, but also in the Office of Inspector General and program driven offices. The session will hold a panel discussion with federal executives discussing their use of digital innovation and how these activities have achieved improved results.
Understanding digital innovation in the audit and auditee environment.
Developing capabilities of focused targeting of trends,
Making Provided-by client-files a routine transmission,
Providing operational benefits through better information generated that could result in data to support the decision making process.
Deputy Assistant Inspector General,
US Postal Service Office of Inspector General