Southeastern Intergovernmental Audit Forum (SEIAF)

The Southeastern Intergovernmental Audit Forum (SEIAF) is one of ten Regional Audit Forums and serves Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

The SEIAF is the oldest of the audit forums and grew out of the need for government audit executives, in federal, state and local government to network with others in the audit community.

Meetings are held once a year and sponsored by the state or principal auditor in their location. They provide resources in terms of staff support, speakers, logistics, and marketing. The Executive Director plays more of a support role to the Forum’s Executive Committee. In addition to a technical program of presentations, the SEIAF has extended its regular agenda and provided audit related training.

Accessing the Webinar

The Audit Forums are offering these inaugural events to the community free of charge. Attendees may sign in to the webinar platform beginning ten minutes before the webinar start time at https://meet659165616.adobeconnect.com/webinarseries/. Enter your full name in the guest name field and click “Enter Room” to be placed in the waiting room. The webinar platform has a limit of 1000 attendees. Access to the webinar is on a first come first serve basis.

Virtual Platform Information

The Audit Forum Network Webinar Series will be streamed live. To learn more about the webinar series, visit https://auditforum.org/2020webinarseries.

The webinar series will be hosted on the Adobe Connect platform. To learn more, please visit https://helpx.adobe.com/support/connect.html.

  • Previous Events
  • Southwest (SWIAF) and Southeastern (SEIAF) – Thursday, October 22, 2020

The Southwest Intergovernmental Audit Forum (SWIAF)/Southeastern (SWEIAF) Intergovernmental Audit Forum co-hosted the Webinar Series on Thursday, October 22, 2020.

Featured Topics and Speakers:
Leading and Auditing During a Pandemic
Lisa Collier, First Assistant State Auditor, State of Texas
Cybersecurity: The Persistent Risk
Benito Ybarra, Chief Audit and Compliance Officer,
Texas Department of Transportation
Steven Pryor, Chief Information Security Officer,
Texas Department of Transportation
Recording Available Here

Contact: Luis Escalante, Jr., EscalanteL@gao.gov or 214-777-5693