Companies are asking their in-house compliance teams to make their budgets go further. Many compliance officers comment that their programs are expected, year upon year, to be more sophisticated and broader in reachwithout raising costs to do so. And although there is a limit to how far travel, training, due diligence, and risk-assessment budgets can be stretched, there is some good news for corporate compliance officers: civil society and the philanthropic arms of some institutions have been working to develop compliance tools that are available to use at no cost.
Below is a sampling of some of the best bargains in antibribery and anticorruption tools for in-house counsel.
Benchmark Your Compliance Policy Against the Fortune Global 500
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