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Submitted to the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of ScienceLarge financial institutions transfer millions of dollars to and from other financial institutions on a regular basis. This same process occurs on a smaller scale in between individuals. Particularly, individuals sending money abroad to other countries. Given that currency is being sent from one country to another, this process is monitored by state and federal laws that aim to stop potential criminal activity. These state and federal laws add mandatory government regulations for financial institutions that wire money. The Wire Manager program implements simple but efficient tools to help combat money laundering and prepare for company audits. Money laundering prevention can be challenging for small businesses that do not have enterprise-class software to combat this style of criminal activity. Wire Manager facilitates money-laundering prevention by providing a single software system where wire transaction data can be stored and analyzed by the application’s built-in tools. Wire Manager’s tools include multiple parameter filter searching, background process analysis of potential money laundering cases (based off of user-provided data), a flagging system that aids employees in identifying potential criminal activity, and persistent profile note-keeping used to communicate information about potential threats within an organization.