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.


example slides of the PowerPoint we created

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.

More infor­ma­tion

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.

Down­load the free ver­sion of the roadmap