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Mike Ryman has been an anti-fraud practitioner for over 25 years, pioneering innovative advances in prevention and enforcement. He retired from Federal Service in 1991. After 12 years with the FBI, as a White-collar Crime and Public Corruption Field Supervisor, Operations Auditor on the Director's Staff, and a Field Staff Program Manager for Anti-Racketeering, he received an appointment to the Federal Senior Executive Service (SES), Office of Inspector General (OIG), in the Commerce, HHS and Labor Departments.¿0a
He capped his Federal career with the US House of Representatives, Committee on Government Operations, as Senior Policy Advisor and Chief Investigator, where he had loads of fun conducting investigations, hearings and proposed legislation into Defense Contracting, Retirement Benefits and Health Care Fraud Programs. While on the House Staff, he also served the Speaker of the House as Special Advisor to his Counsel.¿0a
Traveling extensively to engagements with governments and business for the design and management of Fraud and Money Laundering Prevention Programs, he has had assignments in the US, Aruba, Panama, Columbia, Venezuela, Ecuador, the Russian Federation, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.¿0a
In addition, he has worked with the US Marine Corps, Marine Corps Combat Development Command, on Business Process Reengineering for information management in concepts, requirements and capabilities development for Marine war fighting in the future. Writing articles for professional journals and magazines such as The White Paper, Journal of Money Laundering Control, Anti-Money Laundering Fraud Alert, and the Southern Beverage Journal, he resides and works in Rockville, MD and Oranjestad, Aruba, Dutch West Indies.¿0a
He is also pursuing post-graduate studies in ethics and theology, Studium Generale, Pontifical Faculty, Dominican House of Studies, Washington, DC In 2004 he will be pursuing further studies at Oxford University, England.
Business Ethics, Fraud Prevention