SOFWERX ILLICIT FINANCE
16 January 2019
Request to Attend Deadline: 7 January
No Onsite Registration Permitted
On Wednesday, 16 January, from 11:00 AM-1:30 PM, SOFWERX will host an Illicit Finance meeting where representatives from the Department of Defense, law enforcement, institutions of higher education, and the financial services industry come to share information and discuss joint-collaboration efforts at hand.
What is Illicit Finance?
Illicit Finance (IF) is at the forefront of the international agenda. Governments, academia, and the financial services industry worldwide are joining forces to combat fraud, money laundering, tax evasion, cryptocurrency, international bribery, and human trafficking. Although the exact scale of the problem is unknown, IF has devastating effects on economies. Now is the time to develop best practices and determine where efforts should be targeted to make the most impact.
10:30 AM – 11:00 AM Check-In
11:00 AM – 11:10 AM Welcome Remarks
11:10 AM – 12:15 PM Discussion
12:15 PM – 12:30 PM Closing Remarks
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Lunch and Networking
1:30 PM Optional SOFWERX Tour
How Can You Participate?
Request to Attend the 16 January Meeting: Click Here to Request to Attend (NLT 7 January)
Join the SOFWERX Illicit Finance LinkedIn Group: Click Here to Join on LinkedIn
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For event related questions, please contact Tania Steele, [email protected]
Notice for all interested parties to SOFWERX events: Announcement of SOFWERX events that are considered to have high potential for further efforts that may be accomplished via FAR-based contracting instruments, Other Transaction Authority (OTA) for Prototype Projects 10 USC 2371b, Prizes for advanced technology achievements 10 USC 2374a, and/or Prize Competitions 15 USC 3719, may be made at the www.sofwerx.org and/or www.teamwerx.org website(s). All announcements made at the www.sofwerx.org and/or www.teamwerx.org website(s) are considered to satisfy the reasonable effort to obtain competition in accordance with 10 USC 2374a (b), 15 USC 3719 (e) and 10 USC 2371b (b)(2). All FAR-based actions will follow announcement procedures per FAR 5.201(b) accordingly.