The complicated and consequential world of compliance “checking”

Over time, companies should devote an increasingly greater amount of C&E program effort/resources to “checking” – auditing, monitoring and other forms of self assessment.  More than two decades after C&E checking became the law of the land, one can imagine how little sympathy the government would have for a company that tries to get “credit” for its C&E program but which had taken insufficient steps to determine if that program was in fact fit for purpose.

However, if the need for checking is clear, where to start  (or what step to take next) may not be. Both as a conceptual and practical matter, this can be a daunting area to tackle given the many types and dimensions of checking available.

In a complimentary web cast sponsored by The Network on January 20, 2015 at 1:00 pm Eastern, I’ll try to survey the world of C&E checking, describing relevant legal expectations and best practices that apply to both the risk area and the general program dimensions.  I’ll also discuss practical measures that companies can take to begin or improve a regime of C&E checking – in effect, a needs assessment for one’s C&E auditing, monitoring, program assessment and risk assessment.  Finally, I’ll consider what the impact of “behavioral ethics” should be on C&E checking.

Postscript:  more than 500 C&E folks attended the web  cast live and another 400 are getting the recorded version.   If you’d just like the slides, please click here.

One Comment
  1. Linda Rudisill 2 years ago

    I am very interested in improving our audits.

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