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FCPA Compliance & Ethics Blog on Suspension & Debarment, Part II — The convergence of suspension & debarment and compliance

By | Archive, Rod Grandon

To wrap up this two-part blog series, Tom Fox and Rod Grandon will consider the convergence of suspension and debarment and compliance. Fox concludes:

Suspension and debarment are usually only considered important for those doing business with the federal government. However, every compliance practitioner should have more than a passing knowledge of the parameters of these two sanctions. Moreover, many of the best practices around compliance programs came out of the defense industry in response to the requirements under present responsibility. Finally, companies doing business internationally and with the US government need to have special awareness as a FCPA violation unconnected to a US government contract can still lead to either suspension or debarment.

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FCPA Compliance & Ethics Podcast featuring Rod Grandon: 5-Part Series on Suspension & Debarment in Monitoring—Part I

By | Archive, Rod Grandon

The first in a five-part series on Suspension and Debarment, with Rodney A. Grandon. Over the next five podcasts I will be exploring several topics with Grandon including:

Part 1-Introduction to Suspension and Debarment;
Part 2-What is the difference between Suspension and Debarment?
Part 3-What is the convergence between Suspension & Debarment and the FCPA?
Part 4-What is a present responsibility determination?
Part 5-Remedies and Compliance in Suspension and Debarment.

The series begins with introduction to suspension and debarment.

Listen below or on the FCPA Compliance website.

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