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Susan Bounds on Transforming Your Compliance Training [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub With a recently revised and much abbreviated Code of Business Conduct, the compliance department at AT&T saw an opportunity. In the past, explained Susan Bounds, who is Director, Compliance at the company, the model had been to train everyone, everywhere ever year with a great deal of web-based training. There were […]


Gabe Imperato on The Board’s Compliance Oversight Responsibilities [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub The relationship between the board of directors and the compliance team is both an important and still-developing one. Approximately half of compliance departments report directly to the board, a recent survey of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and Health Care Compliance Association revealed. Having a strong relationship is increasingly […]


Kim Brandt on What’s New at CMS [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Kim Brandt is a familiar voice and face for the compliance community, having worked at both CMS and in the Senate for well over a decade. Currently she serves as the Principal Deputy Administrator for Policy and Operations at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). In this podcast she […]


Amii Barnard-Bahn on Working with HR [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Compliance can’t and doesn’t go it alone in an organization, even though at times it can be a very lonely job. Legal, audit and HR are all essential partners. Amii Barnard-Bahn, an executive coach and leadership consultant knows this well from a career which has included extensive work in both HR […]


David Wright on Compliance and Children Online [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Much of the attention paid to the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its impact for online marketing has been focused on safeguarding data, disclosing cookies and email communications with customers. But, that’s not all there is to it. As David Wright, the Director of the UK Safer Internet Center […]


Louis Perold on Compliance Challenges in Africa [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub SCCE International Academy faculty member Louis Perold is based in South Africa, where he is a compliance officer for Jabil. From there he has a unique perspective on the compliance challenges facing his home country and all of Africa. While the two of us were in Singapore for the Academy there, […]


Louis Perold on Compliance Infrastructure [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Louis Perold of Jabil is a member of the faculty for the SCCE International Basic Compliance and Ethics Academies. One of the topics he addresses there is compliance infrastructure. It’s a nuts and bolts session that lays the foundation for compliance work. On this podcast Louis takes us through the steps […]


Kerry Contini on Trade Sanctions [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub When assessing global compliance risks, anti-corruption issues tend to grab the headlines, but they are far from the only concern. Trade sanctions, which are risk with complexity can be an enormous challenge for organizations. Kerry Contini, a partner in the Washington, DC office of the firm Baker McKenzie explains in this […]


Gail Peace on Why Managing Physician Contracts is Like a Game of Whack a Mole [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Most everything related to healthcare compliance quickly grows complex, including physician payments. While it would seem simple, each payment brings waves of complexity, with some organizations having more than a dozen steps in the process. As Ludi President Gail Peace explains, it’s not surprising. Stark Law and Anti-Kickback are complex, and […]


Garrett Reisman on Learning from the Risks of Spaceflight [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Garrett Reisman has spent 107 days in space. He is the former Director of Space Flight Operations at SpaceX and is currently a Special Advisor there. He is also a professor of engineering at USC. What does that have to do with compliance? Surprisingly a great deal. In this podcast, Garrett […]


Amber Mac on Artificial Intelligence and Compliance [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Everyone is talking about Artificial Intelligence (AI) these days, but in some ways, it’s a lot like blockchain and Bitcoin. It’s often talked about more than it is understood. Amber Mac is one of the people who understand what AI is. Fortunately, she was willing to share her expertise with us via […]


Kristy Grant-Hart on Building a Successful Compliance Career [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub A compliance job is rarely easy. And, sometimes, as was discussed in a recent podcast, you may find yourself having to leave a job. But the chances of having a good, successful career in compliance are much better, if you spend some time planning it out. Kristy Grant-Hart of Spark Compliance […]


Katerina Tapas on Compliance, Ethics and Yoga [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Yoga and compliance have seemed to go together a lot lately. The yoga classes at the Institutes are very full, and Scott Eblin, who keynoted at the Compliance Institute and will be speaking at the upcoming Compliance and Ethics Institute, both spoke about it and gave a startling demonstration as a […]


Gael O’Brien on Self-Seal [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Imagine sealing yourself in a bubble in which the only ideas inside are your own, and nothing you disagree with can enter it. In the abstract it sounds kind of great. In practice and in business, it can be very dangerous. Gael O’Brien has given the risks of self-seal a lot […]


Richard Bistrong on Learning From Live FCPA Training [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Richard Bistrong from Front-Line Anti-Bribery does a great deal of face to face training on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and anti-bribery in general. While we were both participating in an anti-corruption conference in Beijing, Richard sat down and shared his insights from time talking with and listening to compliance […]


Carl Hahn on Metrics for Your Compliance Program [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Metrics are central for most everything in business, including compliance and ethics. The key thing, though, is finding the right metrics. Measure the wrong things, and you won’t know how you program is working. Measure the right things but in the wrong way, and you can easily be just as lost. […]


Laura Ellis on the Measuring Compliance Program Effectiveness Resource Guide [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub In January 2017 the Health Care Compliance Association worked with the Office of Inspector General at the Department of Health and Human Services to host a roundtable. The goal was to provide content for a tool that would enable compliance officers to better assess the effectiveness of their compliance program. The […]


Karen Moore on When It’s Time to Leave Your Employer [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Karen Moore is a compliance officer who has worked both in Europe and in the US. Like most people, in the course of her career she had chosen to leave one job for another. The easy changes are the ones where a great new opportunity comes out of nowhere, and you […]


Daniel Kahn on FCPA Enforcement and Compliance Programs [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub What does the DOJ think about compliance programs? What do they look for when meeting with a company? What does this mean for how I think about compliance? Daniel Kahn, the Chief of the FCPA Unit at the US Department of Justice, was generous enough to share his insights into these […]


Margaret Hambleton on Talking with Bank Underwriters [Podcast]

By Adam Turteltaub Compliance officers are used to answering questions from the workforce, management, regulators and sometimes even prosecutors. Increasingly, some are answering questions about their compliance program from bank underwriters. Margaret Hambleton, who is the Vice President for Corporate Compliance and Chief Compliance Officer for Dignity Health (and current president of the Society […]