Operationalizing the Department of Justice's Evaluation of Corporate Compliance
The DOJ released a set of very important questions call the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance. These questions are for companies and organizations (of any size) to ask themselves before they are being investigating for these issues.
In the introduction, the Evaluation of Corporate Compliance reads:
“This document provides some important topics and sample questions that the Fraud Section has frequently found relevant in evaluating a corporate compliance program.”
Here’s the document the DOJ released
Although there was a lot of great discussion and summarization around the document, no one was creating any tools to help people use it. Over the course of about three weeks, we created a set of workbooks to help companies and organizations apply the questions directly to their organizations.
Here’s a detailed post about the process here.
If you’re wondering what “operationalizing compliance” means and the inherent challenges, take a look at this post.
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