How Hewlett Packard Enterprise Is Using Its GTE Tool to Increase Compliance

A tool that streamlines a company’s process for approving and tracking gifts, travel and entertainment can decrease the risk of such amenities being used to improperly influence foreign officials. During a recent conversation with the Anti-Corruption Report, Becky Rohr, a vice president and the associate general counsel at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), discussed how the technology company is updating its GTE tool to increase compliance with its policies and to provide the company with even greater insights into employee behavior. For additional insights from Rohr, see “Addressing Three Unique Challenges of Pre-Acquisition Anti-Corruption Due Diligence in the Technology Industry” (Aug. 2, 2017).

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