Information Systems: It’s Not All About the Technology, It’s About the Process

Presented by Eric Russell, CIA, CGAP, CGMS, MPA, Crowe LLP and
Emy Neuman-Javornik, CPA, CGMS, Emy Neuman PLLC

As the need for organizations to capture more real time data grows, the importance of internal controls over data accuracy and completeness expands.  Grants managers and financial managers are continuing to seek ways to leverage technology to assist with required reporting, grant accounting, data security, and workflow.  During this session, we will discuss the systems procurement, evaluation, and requirements gathering processes – including risks and benefits, integration, and automation.  We will also discuss approaches to monitor data quality to ensure information that your organization depends on is valid, complete, timely and accurate.   We will provide real life examples of how organizations in the grants community are progressively managing systems to meet organizational needs when it comes to grants management, reporting and compliance.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify potential benefits and risks associated with the use and procurement of information systems in grants management
  • Discuss approaches to grants management system procurements and implementation
  • Discuss methods to mitigate the risk of failed system implementations, including matters to understand during the requirements gathering process

Course Details

Information Systems: It’s Not All About the Technology, It’s About the Process01:00:00
Webcast 01:00:00
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