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Background Investigations and Vendor
Licensing for the Tribal Gaming Operation

Date: August 29 - 30, 2019
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Hotel: Tropicana Las Vegas (3801 Las Vegas Blvd. South)
  For a room rate of $45, please book your room at the link below or call 702-739-2222 by July 19, 2019 and mention you're with the Falmouth Institute. Please click here to make your reservation online.
Tuition:   $849

Do you know who your vendors are? Are you confident about your organizationís hiring practices? Your organization should be conducting vendor background investigations. These investigations are conducted to determine the suitability of vendors for critical or sensitive employment positions or access to classified information.

Background investigations may cover a broad or limited scope, depending on a positionís degree of sensitivity or level of access to classified information. Knowing what to look for in vendors will help safeguard your organization from dishonest individuals who could destroy your credibility and integrity.

In this information-packed class, our expert will guide you through the interviewing and background investigation process. This class will help you master the skills necessary to detect deception and other behaviors that could jeopardize your operation. This class is an invaluable tool for protecting your organization. Donít miss out ó register today!

T O P I C S   I N C L U D E
  • National Indian Gaming Commission
  • State compacts
  • State gaming control boards
  • Tribal gaming ordinance(s)
  • Tribal regulation and enforcement
Vendor License Application
  • Notice to applicants
  • Entity application
  • Principal’s application
Types of Businesses
  • Individual ownership
  • General partnership
  • Limited partnership
  • Joint venture
  • Corporation
  • Limited liability company (LLC)
Licensing Hearing
  • Compliance department’s role
  • Gaming commission’s role
  • Making informed decisions
  • Liability issues
Vendor Licensing Renewal
  • Requirements
  • Types of investigations
  • Successful interviewing guidelines
  • Developing a plan of action
  • Questioning techniques
  • Interpreting responses
  • Recognizing deceptive responses
  • Interview forms
On-Site Visit
  • Determining the best time to conduct a visit
  • Conducting a visit
  • Details to look for during a visit
Report Writing
  • Developing a format
  • Allowable questions
  • Unallowable questions
Guide to Information Sources
  • Electronic databases
  • Federal, state and local agencies
  • Commercial sources
Financial Checks

Mock Vendor Licensing Hearing
  • Testing your skills as an investigator
  • Testifying techniques
  • Vendor’s due process

*Topics subject to change.

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