How Automating Spend Management Helps States, Cities, and Counties Increase Compliance and Reduce Risk

As spending becomes increasingly decentralized and employees are empowered to make more and more spending decisions on their own, the risk of fraud goes up in both public and private sector organizations. However, the stakes are even greater in the public sector. Since these organizations are funded by public/tax dollars, transparency and accountability are paramount. Public disclosures of fraud, waste, and abuse can have severe reputational and financial consequences for states, cities, and counties.

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