HPE’s Approach to Anti-Corruption Audits and Analytics

Technology company Hewlett Packard Enterprise knows that compliance policies and internal controls are not enough to prevent corruption. Checking that the system is working with audits and analytics is key. In a guest article, Becky Rohr, vice president of anti-corruption and global trade in the ethics and compliance office at HPE, explains how the company uses a specialized anti-corruption audit team for country specific reviews and audits of employee expense reports. The team also analyzes purchase orders to identify red flags and prevent corruption before it occurs. See “How Hewlett Packard Enterprise Is Using Its GTE Tool to Increase Compliance” (Sep. 5, 2018).

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