2021 was a surprisingly busy year in legislation that impacts anti-corruption enforcement, mainly stemming from the massive and sweeping National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which went into effect on January 1, 2021, and included significant new tools for combatting money laundering and kleptocracy. Additionally, the new administration has focused on anti-corruption efforts as a matter of national security, with a particular focus on combatting corruption in Central America. Then, at the end of the year, the DOJ announced several key policy changes that could have a significant impact on corporate enforcement. Here we have gathered a non-exhaustive guide to some of these key developments for your quick reference. See “Quick Look at Recent DOJ Policy Changes” (Feb. 20, 2019); “Quick Look at 2019 Policy Changes” (Jan. 22, 2020); and “Quick Look at 2020 Policy Changes” (Jan. 6, 2021).