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At its core, an effective Program protects an organization by detecting and preventing improper conduct and promoting adherence to the organization's legal and ethical obligations. Inthe U.
Sentencing Commission established the most recognized standards for an effective Program within its Sentencing Guidelines Manual "Guidelines". These Guidelines are closely aligned with the principles set forth in compliance guidance that various agencies have developed over time.
These include guidance related to investment companiescompanies interacting with foreign officialshospitalsnursing homespharmaceutical companies, and government contractors to name a few. These Guidelines and this guidance have been used by organizations to design and implement their Programs.
While there is no "one-size-fits-all" Program for every organization, there are several core components that must exist to have an effective Program. These components are set forth below. The foundation of these controls should be a code of conduct.
The code should contain an overall description of the program and address in a practical manner the compliance risks that are relevant to the organization.
It should identify clearly those who are responsible for administering the program, the role of the governing authority, and provide general guidance on the business behavior expected of all employees.
The code should also identify clear channels for reporting misconduct or violations of the code, and make clear that disciplinary action will be taken if an employee violates the code.
In addition to the code, an organization needs to have more specific policies and procedures to provide detailed guidance on the approach the organization wants employees to follow, or avoid, in its business relationships.
These more detailed policies and procedures should address legal and regulatory risks relevant to the organization's business. These can be policies that address areas such as conflicts of interest, political contributions, agent and vendor due diligence, internal accounting practices, anti-corruption expectations, record retention, government funded projects, export controls, and custom issues.
Depending on the industry, there are several guidance manuals, such as those identified above,that attempt to explain the types of areas that should be addressed. Organizational Leadership and Culture The organization's governing authority, which usually refers to the Board of Directors or if the organization does not have a Board of Directors, should be knowledgeable about the content and operation of the Program and exercise reasonable oversight over its implementation and effectiveness.
Specific individuals among high-level management should be assigned overall responsibility for the Program. One or more individuals should be assigned responsibility for the "day-to-day" operations of the program. Those individual s should have direct access to the governing authority and report to it periodically.
This direct access is necessary to ensure that compliance information is channeled to those with the ultimate accountability for the organization. Those responsible for running the program should have adequate resources to operate the program effectively.
What is deemed adequate will vary depending on the size and operations of the organization. It is further expected that corporate leadership strive to foster a culture that promotes compliance with the law.The President of the United States is one such leader. As a nation, we place no greater responsibility on any one individual than we do on the president.
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