The Department of Justice’s recent updates to their Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs raised the bar in terms of the level of reporting and analytics expected of compliance officers. To best prepare your company for any potential litigation situation, compliance officers should meticulously track a comprehensive list of data points. Before you dive into this list, check out our guide: 10 Lessons from DOJs Compliance Program Evaluation Guidance.
Compliance officers need data, but what kind of data points should you be collecting? This comprehensive checklist can help you keep track of potential services, employee stats, audits, and other pertinent information. This checklist outlines data points you need from:
- Compliance Programs
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Third-Party Vendors
Download the checklist and head over to our blog for some Insights from the DOJ’s New Compliance Training Standards.