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.”
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.