Companies around the world recognize the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001 Standard as the definitive criteria for quality management. Up and down value chains, companies turn to ISO 9001 as a form of verification that business processes are in place to ensure that products and services meet customer requirements. In this guest article, Leslie Benton, the vice president of advocacy and stakeholder engagement at, discusses how the ISO 37001 standard has generated significant international attention and weighs in on the debate of how useful it will be to the field of anti-corruption. For more on ISO 37001, see “Developing Key Performance Indicators and Tracking Metrics Using ISO 37001 (Part One of Two)” (Nov. 9, 2016); Part Two (Nov. 23, 2016).

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