In Session: with Joe Seibert

What challenges do internal audit departments have today?

In Session is KPMG’s latest higher education insights series that features interviews with industry professionals that are working with colleges and universities around the country that are being tested by the rapid pace of change. Whether it’s taking a hard look at business models or developing new tools to enhance the ability of the administration, KPMG is working shoulder to shoulder with these institutions to help them provide services effectively to their faculty and students.

With more than 30 years of experience under his belt, Joe Seibert’s client portfolio is as diverse as his background. Joe’s clients have included general purpose governments, health care providers, educational institutions, student loan organizations, insurance companies, membership organizations, governmental financing authorities, and pension plans. As a result, he has a broad view of the organizations that serve the public. Joe is unique in that he used to serve with KPMG’s audit practice but now works with higher education clients on internal audit engagements, performance audits, performance improvement consulting, internal control reviews and grant monitoring and management.

In Session: with Joe Seibert
In Session features interviews with KPMG’s Higher Education professionals that are working with universities and colleges that are being tested by the rapid pace of change. The second in the series, Joe Seibert shares his thoughts on the importance of protecting student data, the Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLBA) and what steps should be taken to be in compliance.