ECCP Refinements Encourage Companies to Make Compliance a Positive Feedback Loop

Compared to the comprehensive edits released in April 2019, the changes made to the DOJ’s Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs (ECCP) and quietly released in June 2020 are more nuanced refinements than sea changes. However, they suggest the DOJ is looking for dynamic compliance programs that can incorporate lessons learned to continuously improve. The Anti-Corruption Report spoke with former DOJ prosecutors to tease out those nuances and digest what they mean for companies looking to build strong programs on a budget. A side-by-side comparison of the April 2019 and June 2020 versions of the ECCP is here.

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