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Trend 21: Compliance Moves From Panic to Process

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 12-15-2005 Print

Compliance will stop being a project and start being business-as-usual. Good processes can take some of the sting out of compliance. For that reason, and because compliance is an ongoing activity rather than a project with a clear end, more companies will create processes for continually monitoring the effectiveness of their compliance work.

More companies that have yet to establish a chief compliance or governance officer will do so, although whether the "CCO" or "CGO" position survives will depend on their effectiveness.



 

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