Tiffany Redding, Director, Office of Recipient Integrity Coordination, Department of Health and Human Services
Suspension and Debarment are administrative remedies that help protect the federal government from fraud, waste, and abuse. This session will provide a basic understanding of suspension and debarment tools used to ensure that the government is conducting business with individuals and entities who are presently responsible.
Establish a fundamental understanding of suspension and debarment.
Describe the differences between suspension actions and debarment actions.
Identify when a suspension or debarment exclusion may be implemented.
Individuals can view the monthly training sessions as an on-demand/recorded webcast from your own personal computer after noon on the Friday following the training program. Once payment is received, viewing information is emailed to the registrant. A registration fee is required for each viewer.
Refunds will only be given for cancellations received by noon the Friday prior to training. There are no exceptions. Substitutions are allowed. For additional information regarding refunds, complaints and/or program cancellation policies, please contact Kelli Klepic at (202) 308-9443.
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