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Updated guidance document reflects new perspectives on compliance programs

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) released an update to its guidance document, Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs,[1] which is based on insights from its own ongoing experience and input from the compliance and business communities. The update was released in June and has been making the rounds as compliance professionals seek to understand the changes made. The guidance document has been an invaluable resource for compliance professionals, as it provides an easy-to-follow outline for what DOJ expects from an effective compliance program. Any updates or changes to the document are therefore closely followed.

In this article, we will focus on a few key changes and insights in the guidance related to third-party management and touch on some related general compliance topics.

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