What does the DOJ updated guidance mean for your business?
U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division Evaluation of Corporate
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Criminal Division updated its Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs guidelines in June 2020. While these guidelines are intended for use by DOJ prosecutors, many corporations can and should leverage the insights to evaluate and assess their compliance programs’ adequacy and effectiveness. The latest updates expand on previous guidance to focus on third-party risk, compliance enablement, and stakeholder buy-in.
There are three fundamental issues businesses should consider across compliance functions that OneTrust helps businesses put into action.