Colin Chow Colin Soo Ping Chow
Advisory Service Line Leader
Ernst & Young, Caribbean
John Outridge
John Outridge
Government & Public Sector
Ernst & Young

Arpan-Bansal-150x150Arpan Bansal Global Head - Government Practice

Governments within the Caribbean have been tasked in rolling out various programs for their citizens who have been impacted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. How prepared are they from a technology and process readiness standpoint in terms of responding and supporting their citizens timely and effectively?

Find out how a workflow-based platform can help in automating and streamlining the end-to-end grants management process – from registration and, on-boarding to disbursal of grants while adhering to the regulatory guidelines and compliance and minimizing fraud.

This webinar recording features Colin Soo Ping Chow, Advisory Service Line Leader, Ernst & Young, Caribbean, John Outridge, Government & Public Sector, Ernst & Young & Arpan Bansal Global Head - Government Practice, Newgen Software; to get insights from our experts who have extensive experience in supporting many Governments globally in their grants and benefits management programs.

Agenda of this webinar:

  • Challenges related to existing grant and benefits management
  • The need of workflow-based case management system for a successful implementation
  • Ways to expedite the grants application and approval process
  • Tips to streamline the KYC and fund disbursement process
  • Reporting and controls on usage and transfers of the grants to reduce administrative errors and fraud
  • Walkthrough of Newgen’s grant and benefits management solution