There’s no question that the new guidance has raised the bar for compliance programs, including placing substantial emphasis on continual data-driven improvement and an increased focus on appropriate investment — even as organizations worldwide are challenged by workforce, operational and business disruptions.
It seems clear DOJ seeks to encourage remedial efforts to address weaknesses in an organization’s compliance function. Are you prepared for regulatory expectations?
This download explores:
- How compliance teams can proportionately allocate resources to high risk areas compared to the low-risk areas.
- The need to implement an efficient policy and third-party risk management
- Proactive steps to foster a workplace atmosphere without fear of retaliation