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Termination of a Third Party or Breaking Up Should Not Be Hard To Do

One of treats each month for the compliance professional is reading the GRC Illustrated column by Carole Switzer, President of the Open Compliance and Ethics Group (OCEG), in the Compliance Week magazine. 1,537 more words

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Code of Conduct, Compliance Policies and Procedures-Part II

This week, I am reviewing the importance of a Code of Conduct and anti-corruption compliance policies and procedures in your compliance program and how you should go about drafting or updating Code of Conduct and anti-corruption compliance policies and procedures. 1,378 more words

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John Bell Hood and the Measurement of Conduct Risk

Readers of this blog know I am huge Civil War buff. Growing up in Texas, I only focused on the Southern side as a youngster and while this led to a sometime myopic view of events, in my mid-20s when I did begin to study the Northern side of the war, because I had never seriously studied from that perspective an entire panorama opened up for me. 1,549 more words

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From the Bad Boy Pistons to GRC: The Building Blocks of Compliance

I recently watched the ESPN documentary series 30-for-30 on the Bad Boy Detroit Pistons from the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was a great review of a different era of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the perfect way to get ready for the current playoffs, even if the Rockets did choke their way out of Round 1 as usual. 1,257 more words

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The Federalist Papers and a Federated Approach to GRC

Today we celebrate one of America’s greatest political commentaries, The Federalist Papers. They were penned by James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and John Jay. They presented their three views on why the Federal Constitution should be passed to take the place of the discarded Articles of Confederation, tying together disparate political theories into a coherent whole. 1,363 more words

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