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Do Your Good Intentions Lead to Good Behaviors?

11/20/18: The September/October edition of Fraud Magazine features an excellent article by Vince M. Walden, CFE, CPA; Eugene Soltes, Ph.D.; Jon Feig, CPA; and Andrew Reisman, J.D.  Entitled “What’s Your Integrity Agenda?”, the article ‘explores to assess the strength of an organization’s integrity capabilities and operationalize integrity processes’. 

 

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Ethics, Compliance and Culture of Non-US Companies

11/20/18: Tom Fox can be counted on to offer useful information. His recent post on FCPA Compliance & Ethics continues that dependable pattern by drilling into a global view of ethics, compliance and corporate culture of non-US companies in their home countries and other countries in which they operate.

 

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44 Ways to Fix ISO 37001

11/20/18: In an article posted on The FCPA Blog, Joe Murphy writes about “Forty- four ways to fix ISO 37001” or anti-bribery management systems. 

 

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The Pursuit of Medicare Fraud Continues

11/20/18: Unfortunately, Medicare fraud is a lucrative endeavor for criminals.  In response, the federal government created the Medicare Fraud Strike Force, which has been very successful in enforcing laws protecting federal resources and Medicare beneficiaries. 

 

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Do the Holidays Pose Added Compliance Risks?

11/6/18: An article posted on Supply & Demand Chain Executive pointed to a new survey that, the article notes, “… indicates ethics, sustainability and quality are increasingly at risk …” in the global supply chain.  

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