Corporate Monitoring

Increasingly, the government has been requiring corporate monitors to oversee compliance with of administrative agreements, non-prosecution and deferred prosecution agreements, corporate integrity agreements and other agreements used to resolve allegations of fraud and misconduct by corporations. A corporate monitor must be a qualified, independent and experienced professional who really understands corporate compliance and ethics, as set forth in the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines and the Federal Acquisition Regulation, along with other regulations that set forth the gold standard and best practices for programs.

Experience

CLEAResources has the depth and breadth of experience to provide the oversight your company is looking for during the difficult aftermath of fraud and misconduct. We will work with you to assess the status and health of your compliance and ethics program, giving credit where it is due and pointing out opportunities to mature your program to the benefit of the company and fulfillment of government expectations and requirements.

Value

Many companies turn to law firms for monitors. It is not necessary to pay law firm rates for monitors. Our team’s goal is to work with companies to get them back in action and move the compliance and ethics program from the focus of a government inquiry to a driving force in the operations and growing success of a company.

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