Like the DOJ’s iterative approach to improving its guidance, the agency expects risk and compliance programs to be iterative in the improvement of their approach to regulatory compliance. Risk and compliance programs need to be informed, responsive, data-backed, and empowered. In short, the DOJ wants companies to show their work and then prove why their answer is correct.
The DOJ Guidance Hub outlines the key takeaways from the 2020 updates to the guidance, provides expert analysis of new expectations, and highlights action steps for risk and compliance professionals to begin aligning their programs.
Access the DOJ Guidance Hub to Find:
- Key Themes in the Updated DOJ Expectations
- 60-Minute Webinar: Decoding the DOJ’s Expectations for Effectiveness
- At-a-Glance Self-Assessment Tool
- Whitepaper: Full 2020 DOJ Tracked Updates