CORPORATE SERVICES

37
Countries
39
States
500
Clients Served

AMI helps companies facing ethics and compliance challenges which can damage their reputations and place the company at risk for debarment, fines, or other problems.

 

With increasing scrutiny by government regulators, customers, contracting authorities and even media, many businesses and their attorneys know that a strong, values-based ethics program and an ethical corporate culture can reduce the risk of costly mistakes.

Independence
Providing objective, third-party perspectives on ethics and compliance programs, ethical cultures, internal processes and controls.

 

Integrity
AMI is a trusted resource for professionals, companies, legal counsel and government agencies.

 

Mission
Bringing integrity to the monitoring process to help companies strengthen their ethical cultures and compliance activities and demonstrate their due diligence to government oversight agencies.

 

Experience
Drawing on years of experience in government, ethics, law enforcement, compliance and risk management

Services

Independent Integrity Monitoring

Voluntary Monitoring

Mandatory Monitoring

Ethics and Compliance Assessments

Enterprise and Fraud Risk Assessments

Suspension & Debarment Monitoring

Ethics Training and Education Programs

Ethics and Compliance Program Consulting

Industries Served

Affiliated Monitors works with businesses and professionals in a wide range of industries, including government contracting, financial services, healthcare, construction and engineering, insurance, legal and other regulated businesses and industries.  We also assist agencies and other oversight authorities, both public and private, that regulate businesses or require credentialing.

Construction

Corrections

Education

Energy

Environmental

Financial Services

     Government Contractors

Healthcare

Manufacturing

Retail

Government Agencies Served

As a monitor, we have worked with the following government agencies:
Federal Government agencies including the Department of Defense (and its multiple services and agencies); the Department of Justice, the Federal Communications Commission, the Federal Trade Commission; the United States Office of the Inspector General for Health and Human Services, the U.S. Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Department ot of the Treasury, Financial Enforcement Network (FINCEN); the Federal Railroad Administration; and the Federal Highway Administration;
State regulatory agencies including professional licensing boards, State Departments of Health and Human Services, States Attorneys General offices;
And international organizations such as, the World Bank, the US Agency for Internal Development (USAID), the United Nations, and many others.