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Leveraging technology to manage CARES Act implementation and performance

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The federal government’s Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has allocated trillions of dollars in relief funding to the economy, frontline workers, and citizens affected by the COVID-19 crisis. As organizations pivot and change priorities to incorporate the CARES Act, they must follow OMB guidance for speed, mission, and governance. But, in these extraordinary times, how do you balance all three when speed and mission are paramount?

In this 60-minute on-demand webinar, speakers Nichole Gable, Principal at Kearney & Company, and Nonie Dalton, Director of Product Management at Galvanize, share how government agencies can implement and manage the performance of the CARES Act through automated and integrated risk management, and powerful data analytics.

You’ll also learn how to:

  • Ensure CARES Act compliance.
  • Reduce risk of fraud and improper payments of CARES Act funding.
  • Monitor and report on allocation of CARES Act funds to achieve optimal impact.
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Nichole Gable

Principal, Kearney & Company, P.C.

Nichole Gable, Principal, Kearney & Company, P.C., has over 13 years of experience performing audits and providing consulting services to public sector agencies. At Kearney & Company, a firm focused on providing financial management services to the Federal Government, Nichole is focused on innovating solutions for her clients that promote effectiveness and efficiency through the use of analytics and automation. Nichole holds both a B.A. and Masters in Accounting, specializing in Forensic Accounting.
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Nonie Dalton

Director of Product Management, Galvanize

Nonie Dalton is the Director of Product Management at Galvanize. Nonie is an experienced product leader with a passion for connecting people with innovative technologies that help drive their success. At Galvanize, she is focused on defining and managing go-to-market strategy, and working cross-functionally to define product strategy. Nonie has a Bachelor of Science and a Masters of Business Administration, specializing in the management of technology.