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September 15, 2020
10:00-11:30AM

Treasury Day Virtual Workshop

2 Part Webinar

The U.S Treasury is the largest single Originator in the ACH Network today. Payments originated by the federal government – more than one billion entries annually - affect all financial institutions in many ways, including exception processing. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear how the Bureau of the Fiscal Service is seeking to reduce costs and increase efficiency within its payments processing structure. This session provides an overview of their new paperless initiatives and process improvements for Reclamations, claims of Non-Receipt, and other payments efficiency efforts.

Speakers:

Lisa A. Innaurato is a Supervisor with the Department of the Treasury, overseeing the Legal Administrative Team (ACH Reclamations and Check Claims), in Philadelphia. PA. Prior to joining the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, Lisa held a number of leadership positions with the Internal Revenue Service. Her most prized contribution to Department of the Treasury operations is the development of process improvements, collaborative efforts with stakeholders and outreach initiatives.  Lisa earned her Master of Science degree from Villanova University, Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management from Philadelphia University and holds professional certificates such as Six Sigma Green Belt, Certified in Data Analytics and Certified in Human Resource Management.

Jack L. Harbour is a Business Analytics Specialist with the Department of the Treasury, specifically the Payment Integrity Center of Excellence. He currently oversees the miscellaneous receipts area and the customer engagement center staff. Before joining the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, Jack worked in the banking industry for ten years working with receipts and adjustments on retail bank accounts and direct lending.  Jack recently earned his Master of Science degree in Business Administration and Human Resource management from Holy Family University in Philadelphia. He is currently contributing to the development of process improvements within the bureau to increase the efficiency and cost effectiveness of current processes. He was recognized in 2017 for his dedication and collaborative efforts by the Federal Executive Board with a Gold Medal for recognition of outstanding public service and excellence in government. He also received the 2018 Commissioner's Award for exemplifying the bureau's values of integrity, collaboration, learning, accountability, and excellence.

3.6 AAP/APRP Continuing Education Credits

Registration Fees:

Members: $225 per Single Registrant - SFE Education Club = 9 Points

Others: $450 per Registrant

Dates/Times:

Part 1 - September 15, 2020  10:00am to 11:30am CT

Part 2 - September 16, 2020  1:30pm to 3:00pm CT

Due to COVID-19 this workshop has switched to a virtual environment.

Click Here to Register!

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2020-09-15 10:00:00 2020-09-15 11:30:00 America/Detroit Treasury Day Virtual Workshop The U.S Treasury is the largest single Originator in the ACH Network today. Payments originated by the federal government – more than one billion entries annually - affect all financial institutions in many ways, including exception processing. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear how the Bureau of the Fiscal Service is seeking to reduce costs and increase efficiency within its payments processing structure. This session provides an overview of their new paperless initiatives and process improvements for Reclamations, claims of Non-Receipt, and other payments efficiency efforts. Speakers: Lisa A. Innaurato is a Supervisor with the Department of the Treasury, overseeing the Legal Administrative Team (ACH Reclamations and Check Claims), in Philadelphia. PA. Prior to joining the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, Lisa held a number of leadership positions with the Internal Revenue Service. Her most prized contribution to Department of the Treasury operations is the development of process improvements, collaborative efforts with stakeholders and outreach initiatives.  Lisa earned her Master of Science degree from Villanova University, Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management from Philadelphia University and holds professional certificates such as Six Sigma Green Belt, Certified in Data Analytics and Certified in Human Resource Management. Jack L. Harbour is a Business Analytics Specialist with the Department of the Treasury, specifically the Payment Integrity Center of Excellence. He currently oversees the miscellaneous receipts area and the customer engagement center staff. Before joining the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, Jack worked in the banking industry for ten years working with receipts and adjustments on retail bank accounts and direct lending.  Jack recently earned his Master of Science degree in Business Administration and Human Resource management from Holy Family University in Philadelphia. He is currently contributing to the development of process improvements within the bureau to increase the efficiency and cost effectiveness of current processes. He was recognized in 2017 for his dedication and collaborative efforts by the Federal Executive Board with a Gold Medal for recognition of outstanding public service and excellence in government. He also received the 2018 Commissioner's Award for exemplifying the bureau's values of integrity, collaboration, learning, accountability, and excellence. 3.6 AAP/APRP Continuing Education Credits Registration Fees: Members: $225 per Single Registrant - SFE Education Club = 9 Points Others: $450 per Registrant Dates/Times: Part 1 - September 15, 2020  10:00am to 11:30am CT Part 2 - September 16, 2020  1:30pm to 3:00pm CT Due to COVID-19 this workshop has switched to a virtual environment. Click Here to Register! ----