A bold new experiment is taking place in the Federal government across a number of agencies to identify and address systemic risk before the next financial collapse occurs.
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The complimentary discipline of Operational Intelligence can play a key role by automatically examining and reporting on what is happening across the business at any given time.
If you’re a government contractor, the time to prepare for the across-the-board budget cuts contained in the Budget Control Act of 2011 is — well — yesterday.
Without consistent communication, core values, like vegetables in a garden that’s inconsistently watered, will die on the vine.
The most effective CEO transition produces no surprises, manages strategic risks, minimizes operational disruption, protects the executive talent assets of the enterprise and maintains confidence among all stakeholders…
Protiviti looks ahead to 2013 with predictions in governance, risk and compliance…
What can companies do now to prepare for a potential proxy access shareholder proposal?
Today the need for segregation of duties is the same as it was in Dickensonian England: Put into place the people, processes, and technology that lowers risk, decreases the likelihood of fraud and the potential for conflicts of interest.
Corporate cultures need to progress from motivation by individual self-interest to inspiration for the greater good, from checks and balances to trust, and from rules-based behavior to being guided by what is right—just like strong safety cultures have already done.
Robust FCPA enforcement over the last several years has had some obvious effects. But less obvious, and perhaps more surprising, has been the effect of FCPA enforcement on foreign state-owned enterprises (SOEs), the entities that are often the recipients of the bribes themselves. And this might matter to FCPA compliance. Matteson Ellis reviews three recent developments that have resulted from FCPA enforcement.